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Definition of "bylaws" []

  • A rule made by a local authority for the regulation of its affairs or management of the area it governs (noun)
  • A regulation of a company, society, etc (noun)
  • A subsidiary law (noun)
  • Plural form of bylaw. (noun)

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Use "bylaws" in a sentence
  • "And they’ve given assurances — e.g. in bylaws — about how the rights will be used."
  • "The NCAA and NAIA have rules called "bylaws" that every current and prospective student-athlete must adhere to in order to be eligible."
  • "Discussion was closed, the bylaws were approved without amendment."