[ en-rohl ]
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verb (used with or without object),en·rolled, en·rol·ling.
  1. Chiefly British. variant of enroll.

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How to use enrol in a sentence

  • "I want to enrol myself as a Special Constable," I said to the man in mufti behind the desk.

  • The money came in slowly and though Stephens could enrol a revolutionary army he could not equip it.

    The Evolution of Sinn Fein | Robert Mitchell Henry
  • To do Miss Goold justice, she had been extremely unwilling to enrol him, and had refused to take a penny of his money.

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  • The priests did not form an order apart, but all citizens had the power to enrol themselves in particular colleges.

    History of Julius Caesar Vol. 1 of 2 | Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.
  • His opinions I neither know nor care about: if he is the least insolent, I shall enrol him with Butler and the other worthies.

British Dictionary definitions for enrol


US enroll

/ (ɪnˈrəʊl) /

verb-rols or US -rolls, -rolling or -rolled (mainly tr)
  1. to record or note in a roll or list

  2. (also intr) to become or cause to become a member; enlist; register

  1. to put on record; record

  2. rare to roll or wrap up

Derived forms of enrol

  • enrollee, noun
  • enroller, noun

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