Definition of Enactory

1. pertaining to the enactment of law [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enactory

enabling legislation
enact
enactable
enacted
enactest
enacteth
enacting
enaction
enactions
enactive
enactively
enactment
enactments
enactor
enactors
enactory (current term)
enacts
enacture
enactures
enacyloxin oxidase
enadoline
enaemiasis
enal
enalapril
enalapril maleate
enalaprilat
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enaliosaur
enaliosauria
enaliosaurian

Literary usage of Enactory

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1. A Treatise on Proceedings in Rem by Rufus Waples (1882)
"The sufficient answer is that the resolution itself professes to be explanatory, not enactory; that such legislative exposition is without authority; ..."

2. De Quincey's Writings by Thomas De Quincey (1854)
"... that is, created a new law, or declaratory, that is, simply expounded an old one. If enactory, then why did the House of ..."

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