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synonyms for lawgiving

  • congressional
  • parliamentary
  • senatorial
  • decreeing
  • enacting
  • jurisdictive
  • legislational
  • legislatorial
  • nomistic
  • nomothetic
  • ordaining
  • parliamentarian
  • statute-making
  • synodical
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How to use lawgiving in a sentence

Adaptability and expediency were the main traits of the lawgiving and government-imposing genius of Rome.
THE TRIAL OF JESUS FROM A LAWYER'S STANDPOINT, VOL. II (OF II)WALTER M. CHANDLER
The lawgiving genius of Rome had then reached maturity and approximate 30perfection in the organization of its criminal tribunals.
THE TRIAL OF JESUS FROM A LAWYER'S STANDPOINT, VOL. II (OF II)WALTER M. CHANDLER
This capacity of self-lawgiving, or self-determining, Kant calls the autonomy of the will.
A HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY IN EPITOMEALBERT SCHWEGLER
In Turkey, besides their lawgiving divines they have no other writers but poets.
A DEFENCE OF POESIE AND POEMSPHILIP SIDNEY
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WORDS RELATED TO LAWGIVING

  • congressional
  • decreeing
  • enacting
  • jurisdictive
  • lawgiving
  • legislational
  • legislatorial
  • nomistic
  • nomothetic
  • ordaining
  • parliamentarian
  • parliamentary
  • senatorial
  • statute-making
  • synodical
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.