Enactment noun – A rule of conduct or action laid down by a governing authority and especially a legislature. Show and enactment are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Show" instead a noun "Enactment". Nearby Words: enact, enacted, enacting
Show noun – An outward and often exaggerated indication of something abstract (as a feeling) for effect. Enactment and show are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Enactment" instead a noun "Show". Nearby Words: showy, showed, showing, showcase, shown
The show itself consisted of weird, funny videos that often crossed the line twice and sometimes folded back into themselves.Provides examples Of: Crime Reconstruction: One sketch has a re-enactment of a workplace shooting rampage that goes wrong when one of the extras goes on a real shooting spree.