Enacted [verb]

Definition of Enacted:

act out; accomplish

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Sentence/Example of Enacted:

She had seen little of the tragedy enacted in Meerut; she knew less of its real horrors.

Statute law or statutes mean the laws enacted by the state legislature and by the federal congress.

Barbour makes no mention of an appointment: Bruce rode over to Dumfries, where Comyn was staying, and the tragedy was enacted.

Further public railway legislation was enacted in 1893 and 1894, and four important Acts were passed.

This power may be exercised, either through treaties made by the president and senate, or through statutes enacted by congress.

More recently general statutes have been enacted whereby individuals may form such corporations without the aid of a legislature.

Every hour scenes of new violence were being enacted in Paris and throughout all France.

Another celebrated spiritual farce was enacted in 1810, entitled "The Sampford Ghost."

Some states have enacted statutes prescribing requirements for life insurance policies, or standard forms.

It is to him that we are indebted for all knowledge of the sublime scenes enacted at the last supper of the Girondists.