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Definition of "legislated" []

  • To make or pass laws (verb)
  • To bring into effect by legislation (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of legislate. (verb)

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  • Created through legislation. (adjective)

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Use "legislated" in a sentence
  • "“Judicial tyranny”, OTOH, would be if the judiciary struck down too many laws, or if it “legislated from the bench”."
  • "Justices Roberts, Scalia, Thomas and Alito legislated from the bench in this case and others, but Republicans are in support of their actions because it changes law to meet their political position."
  • "After the last Supreme court decision – reverse discrimination – the justices he supported openly legislated from the bench."
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