Third-person singular simple present indicative form of legislate.(verb)
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Use "legislates" in a sentence
"This court legislates from the bench far too much and this political negotiation shows it."
"But this has spawned a system where each of the levels runs elections, legislates, is responsible for collecting its own revenue, and forming and staffing its own organization (s), defining separate priorities, perpetuating more bureaucracy, etc."
"The current repiggie-dominated Supreme Court legislates from the bench with glee."