Here Monty enacts a fantasy of benign American imperialism, touring Europe and Africa in his pleasure yacht.
The existence of laws implies authority that sanctions or enacts, which, in the present case, is the Commonwealth of Nations.
Habit incorporates, enacts or overrides objects, but it doesn't know them.
One embrace suffices; the rest all enacts itself in the very flanks of the bride.
The poet's world is also the world of him who enacts the part the poet has written.
The evidence is, that it enacts nothing save the one point of the independence of the colonies.
Here a young lady who had been reading romances, enacts the heroine with very amusing results.
The State which enacts immoral laws denies its own principle and causes its own dissolution.
They err against the law of heaven and flourish for a season; but the law pursues them and enacts its penalty.
Article 15 enacts that no slavery or apprenticeship shall be tolerated.