Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who enacts or decrees; specifically, one who decrees or establishes a law.
  • noun One who acts or performs.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who enacts a law; one who decrees or establishes as a law.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who enacts.

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Examples

  • Cummings said the class also involves a key element of being a re-enactor, which is leaving a site looking the same way it did before an event.

    Post-Journal

  • For every weird aspiring disc jockey or Civil War re-enactor there was a White House intern or CPA who was a fantastic vocal surprise.

    American Idol Episode Recap: Milwaukee Auditions

  • One medley of terrible singers later, we get "Idol's" very first Civil war re-enactor/auditioner, Nathaniel Jones.

    'American Idol': Season 10, episode 3

  • This past weekend I attended a demonstration given by a Civil War re-enactor who gave a blood-curdling example of what mid-19th-century artillery could do.

    The James Rifle

  • The new focus dismays some, including the re-enactor who will read Davis' inaugural speech Saturday here.

    Across the South, the Civil War is an enduring conflict

  • To Clay Cooper: The re-enactor said that when Union redlegs fired at that rate it was almost suicidal, because you were ramming a charge the instant after the previous one had fired.

    The James Rifle

  • To Clay Cooper: The re-enactor said that when Union redlegs fired at that rate it was almost suicidal, because you were ramming a charge the instant after the previous one had fired.

    The James Rifle

  • Would the CREP self-select its jurisdiction (e.g., able to select any case it wants to adjudicate), or only rule on legislation designated as "economic" by the enactor or promulgator?

    Do Voters' Biases Bias Policy?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The re-enactor demonstrated the Rifle on an NRA 200-yard target, which has a 13-inch bull.

    The James Rifle

  • Whitman wanted his "I," according to Williams, to be "the container and enactor and, he hopes, the redeemer of others '' I's."

    ‘On Whitman’: The Real American

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