enrolled enrolled  /ɛn ˈroʊld/


  1. (v) register formally as a participant or member
  2. (v) register formally as a participant or member


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  1. Sagar Mirpuri, 25, a textile importer, enrolled his whole family and found himself dedicating more time to AsiaWorks than to his business.
  2. Yeh enrolled him in piano school when he was four.
  3. When Stephen Sondheim was a freshman pursuing mathematics at Williams College, he enrolled in a music course.


  1. Vandy DT rejoins team

    No longer with the team, or enrolled in school, as of March for violating team rules, Vanderbilt defensive tackle Jared Morse has found his way back to the Commodores. James Franklin confirmed to the Tennessean on Thursday that Morse was back on the team and enrolled in summer classes. “He’s back,” Franklin said. “He was…
    on June 22, 2013     Source: NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk

  2. Two named to enrolled agents board.

    Two Ontario residents have been installed as board members for the Inland Empire Chapter of the California Society of Enrolled Agents.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

  3. Troubled Pollard is no longer enrolled at Alabama

    Troubled Pollard is no longer enrolled at Alabama
    on June 20, 2013     Source: CBS Sports


  1. And Cowell believes that if the film lives up to his expectations, it could become the next Fame: "Fame was all about young people wanting to be famous, and, in order to do that, they enrolled in a drama school. Everyone who wants to be famous today...
    on Aug 2, 2007 By: Simon Cowell Source: Starpulse.com (blog)

  2. "It's a great human interest story," Calhoun said. "He's just an absolutely wonderful kid. If I stop coaching tomorrow, the fact that he's at UConn, enrolled tomorrow morning, I couldn't be happier."
    on Jan 21, 2009 By: Jim Calhoun Source: ESPN

  3. "The goal is to get Californians enrolled in a health plan in 30 minutes or less, rather than in hours or days," Alquist said in an e-mailed response.
    on Jun 1, 2010 By: Elaine Alquist Source: BusinessWeek

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