Origin of matriculate
OTHER WORDS FROM matriculatema·tric·u·la·tion, nounma·tric·u·la·tor, nounre·ma·tric·u·late, verb, re·ma·tric·u·lat·ed, re·ma·tric·u·lat·ing.un·ma·tric·u·lat·ed, adjective
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How to use matriculate in a sentence
The blue-chip recruits that routinely came to the school will no longer matriculate.Joe Paterno Was a Dictator: Penn State Deserved Its Punishment|Buzz Bissinger|July 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He said that I had better come up to matriculate next term, but should not have another examination.Life of John Coleridge Patteson|Charlotte M. Yonge
I had presently to arrange a holiday and go to London to matriculate, and so it was I came upon my aunt and uncle again.Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
Baden was the first German State that allowed women to matriculate at its universities.Home Life in Germany|Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
He received me with profound courtesy and feigned respect, but was staggered at my request to matriculate.
We were admitted to matriculate and study medicine, under certain conditions, to which I beg your attention.