Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enact.(verb)
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Use "enacts" in a sentence
"Dibdin enacts in his inspections of high-society libraries."
"Paragraph 20 of this document in very concise terms enacts that no one is to publish "libros vel libellos precum" (prayer-books or booklets) as well as works of devotion or religious instruction etc., even though they may seem calculated to foster piety, "without the permission of lawful authority", a somewhat vague phrase which is generally interpreted to mean without the imprimatur of the ordinary:"
"Now, as she prepares for a new show in which she enacts her own funeral, the 63-year-old reveals why "Freud would have had a field day" with her"