Deenroll? Unenroll? I understand words like cancel and resign would work, but is there an appropriate antonym with "enroll" in it?
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Disenroll, "To cancel enrolment; to remove oneself from a list" may be the word you want.
It is in common use, for example as a bit of legal jargon for leaving an insurance plan:
If you are talking about what to do after you enroll in a class, but want to not be enrolled anymore, then you would
Enroll can also be used passively/transitively, e.g. you can be enrolled onto a medical register- in which sense the antonym could be "strike off".
protected by RegDwigнt♦ Jan 11 '13 at 16:49
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