codified

[ kod-uh-fahy, koh-duh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF codified
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Codified, it was in a sense the forerunner of the Code Napoleon.

Archives have been thrown open, ransacked, catalogued and codified.

A codified law and precedent cases were of no account to this "equity" judge.

It was not codified, yet its authority was universally deferred to and folios were written about it.

Act of March 3, which codified and strengthened the previous statutes.

The grumbles, the complaints, and so forth, had never been codified.

Opinion cannot be codified like law because it is often the vanguard of legislation.

Our immigration and naturalization laws might well be codified.

This would, however, be highly inconvenient since international law has never been codified.

According to the medieval canon law, based on the decretals, and codified in the 13th century in the Roman Catholic Church.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1800, from code (n.) + -fy. Related: codified; codifying; codification.

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