A product of a legislative body, a statute. (noun)
The process of doing something. (noun)
A formal or official record of something done. (noun)
A division of a theatrical performance. (noun)
A performer or performers in a show. (noun)
Any organized activity. (noun)
A display of behaviour. (noun)
To do something. (verb)
To perform a theatrical role. (verb)
To behave in a certain way. (verb)
To convey an appearance of being. (verb)
To have an effect (on). (verb)
To play (a role). (verb)
To feign. (verb)
To map via a homomorphism to a group of automorphisms (of). (verb)
Examples of word act
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As I consider it one of the most important qualifications in a judge to have the discernment I refer to, and as many are appointed judges, even at our national shows, _who never should have been appointed, and many act who never should act_, it ought to be put out of all doubt.
So far as the Scriptures seem to suggest there is not a fresh act upon God's part at certain times in one's experience, but His wondrous love is such that there is _a continuous act_ -- a continuous flooding in of all the gracious power of His Spirit that the human conditions will admit of.
Or do we find, when we are engaged in an act of the will, that the mental stream contains only the familiar old elements of attention, perception, judgment, desire, purpose, etc., _all organized or set for the purpose of accomplishing or preventing some act_?
Absolute -- all this begetting of Divine Children -- was in the nature of a single act rather than as a series of acts, if we may be permitted to speak of the manifestation as an _act_.