enroll[ en-rohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enroll
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENROLL
Take him and enroll him, Haralson, and turn him over to Dreux and the Howitzer.
I requested him to enroll his name in my autograph-book, which he did with readiness.
Your questions being answered to your satisfaction, you decide to enroll.
It was the admission of a doubt that he might expect to enroll them collectively.
A call was made for volunteers, and Mr. Diggs was the first to enroll his name.
They all mutter something, but we've no time to listen to it, we have to enroll so many.
Give them some advantage and they will enroll themselves fast enough.
Those of the first class who wished to do so might enroll in the second class.
And all went to enroll themselves, every one to his own city.
The boats it was proposed to enroll and arm would cost nothing.