Part of speech: verb

To register; enlist; record.

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Usage examples "enrol":

  1. The good causes of enlightenment and justice in all lands,- here is the church militant in which we should early seek to enrol the young, and the true state to which they should be taught that they owe the duties of active and arduous citizenship. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
  2. Miss Goold had failed him, but he was not yet ready to enrol himself a citizen of England. - "Hyacinth 1906", George A. Birmingham.
  3. The numerical results even of the conscription- levy were far under what they should have been; and of those who did enrol themselves, multitudes daily deserted, and not a few took part with those royalist bands who were, as we have already seen, mustering and training zealously in almost every district that was either strong by nature, or remote from the great military establishments of Buonaparte. - "The History of Napoleon Buonaparte", John Gibson Lockhart.