Related formsnon·en·act·ment, nounre·en·act·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for reenactment
The “reenactment” of the battle, an even more recent anachronism, dates back only to 1977.
As for her reenactment, Mia abandoned imitation: “The sex is all me.”This is What Actual Porn Stars Think of Celebrity Sex Tapes|Richard Abowitz|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Party hardliners, who included a call for reenactment of the ban in the 2012 Party Platform, must have been pleased.Obama and Romney Both Failed the Gun Control Question|Adam Winkler|October 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The photograph on the right, upper right, is the photograph taken at the reenactment from the position where Mr. Nix was standing.
And what is the comparison between the photograph from Zapruder film on that Exhibit No. 889 and the photograph from reenactment?
Should any congressman propose their reenactment to-day, he would be looked upon as a crank and be laughed out of court.Thomas Jefferson|Edward S. Ellis et. al.
I secured the reenactment of the Civil Service Law, which under my predecessor had very foolishly been repealed.Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
What Commission exhibit number is attached to the photographs of that AP shot and the reenactment picture?