Examples of reenact in a Sentence
The group reenacted a famous American Civil War battle.
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Past Senators eager to document the moment began the tradition of reenacting the swearing-in in the VP's office.
Saturday Night Live did an appalling skit about Sanders a few weeks ago, making her look obese and stuffed into a leather teddy, reenacting a Demi Lovato video.
In the next room, reenacted in dramatic detail with period decorations and wax figures, was the White House deathbed of their eleven-year-old son Willie.
The contrast between these two pieces of legislation reenacts an old script used by Tunisian rulers since the country’s independence in 1956 that pits identity against class, cultural modernization against social justice.
The openly bisexual artists reenact the lustful tune, displaying their incredible bond front and center.
For those witnesses who are now deceased, testimony had to be reenacted — the prosecutor, defense lawyer, and judge all reading lines along with an actor in the witness box.
Toward the end of the celebration, Joseph Karlovsky, a Glenbrook South math teacher, reenacted a speech Jackman gave at the 1917 celebration.
Halle Berry seemingly reenacting a horror film on her patio.
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