English words and Examples of Usage

use "recruit" in a sentence

We recruit Cassville pretty heavy and had our eye on Cade, he said.

Ettridge praised his new recruit as a “high character, high IQ guy”.

Conventional antibodies, by contrast, don't directly recruit T cells.

“They are organised and able to recruit people from all over the world.

The players also accuse Bollant of trying to recruit more white players.

"ISIS is well-trained, well-funded and can recruit as many as they want.

They can use classmates at school to recruit and find people to traffic.

Thompson said UW coach Chris Petersen didn’t try to recruit him to stay.

He was recruited to study how to better recruit and retain foster parents.

Their reluctant approach is only emboldening ISIS to recruit more fighters.

The newest recruit to the Northfleet Probus Club was a convicted paedophile.

If you want even more accountability, you can recruit an anti-burnout partner.

The report noted that the average ISIS recruit is male and around 26 years old.

He once tried to recruit Franz Boas for a campaign he was waging to aid Albania.

Representatives set up at the Du Quoin State Fair to try to recruit more members.

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