enlistment

[ UK /ɛnlˈɪstmənt/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈɫɪstmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a period of time spent in military service
  2. the act of enlisting (as in a military service)
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How To Use enlistment In A Sentence

  • As a retired military officer, Don was able to actually administer the oath of enlistment to his son, which must have been a proud moment.
  • The lists engraved in stone during the war of those who had joined up helped encourage further enlistment.
  • Perhaps then Heidegger's biggest crime was not his enlistment in the Nazi Party and assumption of the rectorship of Freiburg.
  • After forced enlistment in the Bulgarian army, he witnesses the atrocities of war.
  • Only by reducing the army and applying higher enlistment standards to all recruits could racial violence be reduced, essential in an army that is now one-third black.
  • Canadians seek enlistment in the US Marines because they don't see as much opportunity in the Canadian armed forces.
  • This enlistment of scientific authority is not surprising - it also occurs in Europe, North America and Australia.
  • Canadians seek enlistment in the US Marines because they don't see as much opportunity in the Canadian armed forces.
  • Bork begins with the observation, "Judicial activism results from the enlistment of judges on one side of the culture war in every Western nation."
  • Congress approved enlistment bounties totaling $40 for regular recruits plus three months pay in advance and 160 acres of land.
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