the state or fact of being enacted
something that is enacted
; a law or statute.
a single provision of a law.
In Postmaster General v Birmingham Corporation, Roache LJ said "I am unable
to accept the ingenious argument that the word "enactment" in" section 7 of the ...
Synonyms for enactment at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms,
and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.
the act of enacting : the state of being enacted. 2. : something (as a law) that has
been enacted. See enactment defined for kids. ADVERTISEMENT ...
Several Civil War Re-enactments
are held throughout the year at Gettysburg. These events are a great time to visit the battlefield and learn more about the historic war. More »
Something that has been enacted: "Dance itself is the enactment of an energy
which must seem ... untrammeled, effortless, masterful" (Susan Sontag).
acting the part of a character on stage; dramatically representing the character by
speech and action and gesture. Full Definitions of enactment. 1. n the passing ...
1 [ mass noun ] The process of passing legislation: the enactment of equal pay ...
1.1 [ count noun ] A law that is passed: enactments covering food safety.
Enactment of a Law by Robert B. Dove, Parliamentarian, U.S. Senate.
Introduction. The legislative branch of government has responsibilities which in
6 days ago ... enactment. noun [C or U] uk us /-mənt/. (Definition of enact from the Cambridge
Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge ...