enrolled (part of speech: verb)
- The same practice may be followed, I said, in all these things- labours, lessons, dangers- and he who is most at home in all of them ought to be enrolled in a select number. - "Plato's Republic", Plato.
- The gold and white of the chairs welcomed a youth suddenly enrolled among the wealthy by an enamoured old lady on his arm. - "One of Our Conquerors, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
- As Dorians, the Corcyraeans would naturally have enrolled themselves among the allies of Sparta,- as islanders and seamen, they might have leaned to the side of Athens: but confident in their remote situation, and in the power of their fleet, they had chosen to remain neutral. - "Stories From Thucydides", H. L. Havell.