To join a cause or organization, especially military service. (verb)
To recruit the aid or membership of others. (verb)
To secure, to obtain. (verb)
Examples of word enlist
The eagerness to enlist is partly an extended expression of gratitude to the United States for liberating Guam from a brutal Japanese occupation during World War II.
"In plain English, enlist in my company, my fine fellow, and your life and liberty are both safe."
I think the reason you wonâ€™t enlist, is you would indeed be officer material, and promptly get fragged by your own men.
As, of course, it will - if you choose to enlist, that is.
Desperate for answers and a quick solution to the problem, the Nazi commanders set aside from personal grudge long enough to "enlist" a Jewish scholar with intimate knowledge of the keep and its history to find out what it is that is killing them off and seemingly defying all rational modes of engagement.