Examples of reenact in a Sentence
The group reenacted a famous American Civil War battle.
Recent Examples of reenact from the Web
One of her first big events was an annual market day, reenacting the way colonial Virginians auctioned cattle and land.
In Manila, a Good Friday ceremony reenacted Jesus Christ's death, including the crucifixion.
That’s when Padelt and former BFA president Sam Parks will reenact Blanchard’s gas-balloon flight to mark its 225th anniversary.
In the video, Gomez can be seen cruising past the Sydney Opera House, reenacting Titanic with some extremely attractive male friends who aren't Justin Bieber, and generally just enjoying the sun on a day off.
The brutal murder was reenacted in Act 1, Scene 2 of Shakespeare's iconic tragedy.
Lohan graciously reenacted eight different iconic lines from Mean Girls, the seminal teen movie by Tina Fey in the clip, helping us relive the early oughts as only Lohan herself can.
The Fault in Our Stars actors Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort seemingly reenacted an on-set photo from 2013 and shared a big hug.
In the case of 15:17 to Paris, the entire cast is chock full of the real-life people — from gunshot victim Mark Moogalian to Moogalian’s wife to extras — who reenacted the event that sparked international headlines.
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Definition of reenact for English Language Learners
: to repeat the actions of (an event)
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