Legal definitions where nouns and persons are defined are common place reality of legal writing. We also see often times events and conduct be subject to definitions, and be referred to by a shortened reference.
Is it possible to describe the manner of an event or conduct by defining such manner and using such definition as reference later?
For example: Can you say negligently and/or tortuously hereinafter described as "Actionably", and use "Actionably" in lieu of the other 4 words thereafter throughout a legal document?
I'm interested in any examples, primarily under U.S. law, but also would be interesting to see if other jurisdictions accepted such languages or Actionably denied. :)