enact[ en-akt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enact
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENACT
Americans are called to enact this promise in our lives and in our laws.
Enact on the hypothesis that it is right to do what is good?
Was it that he was more likely to enact the vengeance she thirsted for than the old Baronet?
No one would have the United States play the role of a bully, or enact the demagogue.
It was an amusing rehearsal of what you will begin to enact in reality some of these days.
I embrace for example an ideal, and I seek to enact this ideal in the person of another.
The ‘scene’ was over, and we all leaped to our feet to enact the finale.
Legislatures were duly elected, and proceeded to enact laws.
The best that is possible is to enact laws that encourage the best in men as they are.
But he played it as well as any of the parts he had set himself to enact.