Definition of enactment:
impersonation, characterization, passageway, transit, order, command, human action, musical passage, economy, portrayal, turn, commandment, depicting, depiction, passage, portrait, regulation, edict, mandate, number, passing, bill, delineation, principle, routine, jurisprudence, act, statute, word-painting, handing over, bit, decree, transition, polity, personation, rule, word picture, legislation, assize, formula, deed, characterisation, law, ordinance, picture, portraying, portraiture, measure, code, human activity, lex, canon.
The yard referred to is now filled with large buildings, but when it existed as part of the inn was used, like other inn yards, by the travelling companies of players for the enactment of their mystery and morality plays.- "The Inns and Taverns of "Pickwick" With Some Observations on their Other Associations", B.W. Matz.
The Abolition of Slavery, enacted by our Government in 1834, was the proclamation of a great principle, strong and clear, a straight line by which every enactment dealing with the question, and every act of individuals, or groups of individuals, bearing on the liberty of the natives can be measured, and any deviation from that straight line of principle can be exactly estimated and judged.- "Native Races and the War", Josephine Elizabeth Butler.
- "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.