Origin of legislation
OTHER WORDS FROM legislationsub·leg·is·la·tion, noun
How to use legislation in a sentence
Currently, 49 states enforce some sort of anti-bullying laws, 18 of which have specific legislations against “cyberbullying.”
No doubt the reason demands unity, and nature variety, and both legislations take man in hand.
The two legislations ought to be completely independent, and yet mutually complementary.
That parents have now no right of life and death upon their children as they have had under certain legislations.Elements of Morals|Paul Janet
Nevertheless much remained obscure in many ancient legislations.
An apparently strong point has been made against any connexion between the legislations on the score of philology.