Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ɛn'æktəd]
Ideal society is a drama enacted exclusively in the imagination.
After a hundred years Nobody knows the place, -- Agony, that enacted there, Motionless as peace.
A Bayne law, absolutely prohibiting the sale of all native wild game, should be enacted at once.
As the wine mounted to their heads, in the mirth of drink and desperation, they enacted their own trial.
"We've enacted the Emancipation Act," Olvir Nikkolon, who was ex officio chairman of the committee, reported.
There should be five-year close seasons enacted for quail, grouse, plover, woodcock, snipe, and all other shore birds.
A comprehensive law protecting non-game birds was enacted in 1862. New York's first law against the sale of certain game during close seasons was enacted in 1837.
Beaumont and Fletcher, side by side, raged round the field like Castor and Pollux, and sturdy Ben Jonson enacted more wonders than when a volunteer with the army in Flanders.
Between the declaration of war and the armistice, Congress enacted law after law relative to food supplies, raw materials, railways, mines, ships, forests, and industrial enterprises.
In 1873, however, a new section, said to have been drafted by Comstock himself, was substituted for the one enacted in 1872, and that section is essentially the substance of the present law.