verb (used with object), ma·tric·u·lat·ed, ma·tric·u·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), ma·tric·u·lat·ed, ma·tric·u·lat·ing.
Origin of matriculate
Related formsma·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
Examples from the Web for matriculate
Some one of all these feats must needs have been performed, ere the “greenhorn” can matriculate and take rank as a “mountain man.”The War Trail|Mayne Reid
No one could matriculate without a certificate that he had regularly attended church and confession.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
He has to matriculate this year, it's frightfully difficult.A Young Girl's Diary|An Anonymous Young Girl
But a large number of the young men who are sent up to matriculate at Oxford are not up to an academic standard.My Autobiography|F. Max Mller
We were admitted to matriculate and study medicine, under certain conditions, to which I beg your attention.The Woman-Hater|Charles Reade