Definition of 'enactment'
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There are those of us who can't put up with the enactment of buried fantasies. DREAMS OF INNOCENCEDid I approve of this fulsome enactment of the cliche Nil nisi bonum de mortuis est? ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
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Translations for 'enactment'
British English: enactment NOUN
The enactment of a law is the process in a parliament or other law-making body by which the law is agreed upon and made official.
We support the call for the enactment of a Bill of Rights.
Definition of enactment from the Collins English Dictionary
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