- to write the name of (a person) in a roll or register; place upon a list; register: It took two days to enroll the new students.
- to enlist (oneself).
- to put in a record; record: to enroll the minutes of a meeting; to enroll the great events of history.
- to roll or wrap up: fruit enrolled in tissue paper.
- Nautical. certificate of enrollment.
- to enroll oneself: He enrolled in college last week.
Origin of enroll
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Examples from the Web for enroll
State officials also estimate an additional 174,000 people would drop their current coverage in order to enroll in Medicaid.Living in Louisiana’s Tragic Health-Care Limbo
November 15, 2014
Matthew went on to enroll at Christopher Newport University and even briefly played on its football team.Alleged U.Va. Abductor Accused of Rape at Christian College
September 28, 2014
But this was a Libyan decision and they had to decide what unit and what individuals to enroll in the program.Jihadists Now Control Secretive U.S. Base in Libya
April 23, 2014
At the Good Success Christian Church in Northeast Washington DC, roughly 30 people came to enroll on Monday night.Inside Obamacare’s 11th Hour
Ben Jacobs, Olivia Nuzzi
April 1, 2014
There are many ads out there trying to encourage people to enroll, aimed at young people, families, and so forth.Pajamaboy, Call Your Boss
December 21, 2013
Take him and enroll him, Haralson, and turn him over to Dreux and the Howitzer.The Long Roll
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.The Art of Stage Dancing
It was the admission of a doubt that he might expect to enroll them collectively.One of Our Conquerors, Complete
A call was made for volunteers, and Mr. Diggs was the first to enroll his name.Brother Against Brother
John Roy Musick
Word Origin and History for enroll
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper