Which preposition to use with enrols

in Occurrences 81%

Fifty masters and mates of trading vessels were enrolled in the same battalion.

among Occurrences 45%

We are further to believe that the man who had led so daring and jovial a life, and had so generously dispensed the pillage of opulent monks, willingly entered into this service, doffed his Lincoln green for the Plantagenet plush, and consented to be enrolled among royal flunkies for three pence a day.

as Occurrences 30%

He gave his name to the teacher, and answered all her questions readily, and was duly enrolled as a pupil in Grade I, along with Bennie Cowan, Edgar Zinc and Bessie Brownlees, and set at work to make figures.

for Occurrences 12%

And yet it seemed that our enemy's scouts had come far down into the Tidewater, and knew enough to single out for death a man we had enrolled for service.

on Occurrences 7%

I know that he has a devilish gift for enrolling on his list men of honour and conscience.

with Occurrences 7%

Deign to give us from your abundance, not that we may live comfortably when serving the Lord, but live in luxury like you, and compete with you in the sumptuousness of our banquets and in the costliness of our furniture and our works of art, and be your companions and equals in social distinctions, and be enrolled with you as leaders of society."

at Occurrences 5%

" Saturday was a busy day for the one hundred and sixty odd girls who were enrolled at Shadyside.

under Occurrences 4%

His eagle eye glanced along his earth-works and the gallant men enrolled under him.

amongst Occurrences 2%

'I consider The Observer,' he arrogantly continues, 'as fairly enrolled amongst the standard classics of our native language.'

without Occurrences 1%

I trust that they may be enrolled without delay, so as to bring this unnecessary and injurious civil war to a speedy and satisfactory conclusion.

before Occurrences 1%

Now Spinther the consul was anxious to place his son Cornelius Spinther among the augurs, and when Faustus, the son of Sulla, of the Cornelian gens had been enrolled before him, took his son out of the clan and put him in that of Manlius Torquatus, and thus though the letter of the law was preserved, its spirit was broken.

outside Occurrences 1%

A rapidly increasing proportion of the expenditure at any English election is now incurred by bodies enrolled outside the constituency, and nominally engaged, not in winning the election for a particular candidate, but in propagating their own principles.

after Occurrences 1%

He was enrolled after only a superficial examination, and was directed to present himself on the following day to embark for Constantinople.

Which preposition to use with  enrols