American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To enter or register in a roll, list, or record: enrolled the child in kindergarten; enroll the minutes of the meeting.
- v. To roll or wrap up.
- v. To write or print a final copy of; engross.
- v. To place one's name on a roll or register; sign up: We enrolled in the army.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To write in a roll or register; insert or enter the name of in a list or catalogue: as, to enroll men for military service.
- To record; insert in records; put into writing or on record.
- To roll; involve; wrap.
- Synonyms and Enlist, Register, etc. See record, v.
- In law, to engross; to prepare in proper legal form; also, specifically, to make a legislative bill ready for the consideration of the Executive.
- v. transitive To enter (a name, etc.) in a register, roll or list
- v. transitive To enlist (someone) or make (someone) a member of
- v. intransitive To enlist oneself (in something) or become a member (of something)
- v. obsolete, transitive To envelop; to enwrap.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To insert in a roil; to register or enter in a list or catalogue or on rolls of court; hence, to record; to insert in records; to leave in writing; ; also, reflexively, to enlist.
- v. obsolete To envelop; to inwrap; to involve.
- v. register formally as a participant or member
- Middle English enrollen, from Old French enroller : en-, in; see en-1 + rolle, roll (from Latin rotula, little wheel; see roll). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The university would not let Colin enroll, even after his mother, Jessica Offir, offered to release UConn from liability and accompany her son as a chaperone at her own expense, she and Colinsaid.”
“I now have a reason to "enroll" my character in that school, and for her to be at that performance.”
“Re-enroll, meaning the child has been attending school there and is immersed in the teachings already.”
“At Camelot Schools, parents must "enroll" their children through Intake, and first period everyone is signed up for Personal Searches.”
“Your insurer would have to "enroll" enough "healthy" people to offset the added costs of covering those with pre-existing conditions.”
“In 1946, when I arrived in St. Paul to enroll at Macalester College, Democrats were dead as a political force in Minnesota.”
“Typically, they would filibuster even the motion to proceed on a civil rights bill, so it was impossible to enroll your legislation and get it on the floor for a debate.”
“Some school boards adopted so-called “freedom of choice” plans that allowed students to choose the school where they would enroll and the result was continued segregation.”
“Other bills would force all public contractors, employers with more than 15 employees and all local governments to enroll in the E-Verify Program to ascertain the status of newly hired employees.”
“Todd Gilbert R-Shenandoah would require parents who enroll children in public school to disclose their immigration status and require the state to tally the numbers.”
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