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Definition of "reenactment" [re•ën•act•ment]

  • The repetition of an earlier (usually historic) event, as a performance or social event. (noun)

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Use "reenactment" in a sentence
  • "Recycling or reenactment is arguably a bad sign, especially when one is already putting the reader in mind of the subject matter of The Dying Animal."
  • "Most of the techniques aim for the extended targets, or the head, just the areas you're not supposed to strike in reenactment - fair enough since we wear modern protective gear for WMA, whereas your friend on a reenactment field is probably wearing an authentic open-faced helmet."
  • "When you dig into them, I think that you might just find that some of the very best moments of the DCAU occur throughout Superman: TAS, whether is the pitch-perfect origin reenactment in the early episodes to the first meeting of the two icons in “World’s Finest”."