enactment[ en-akt-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enactment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENACTMENT
Let our first enactment be directed against the robbing of temples.
The irregularity of the meeting must be assigned to the enactment against which it offended.
Startled, the people wondered was this enactment the forerunner of war.
There is much opposition to the enactment of a registry law.
The desire of the Executive for such an enactment arose in this manner.
But as usual this enactment was not effective, because there was a loop-hole in it.
It was to serve as a guide for the enactment of statute laws later.
This was the result for the year preceding the enactment of the Morrill tariff.
It was neither more nor less than the enactment of an old, old drama.
The enactment of this measure into a law did not settle the question.