Definition of 'covenant'
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Long ago the Lords of the Order had made a covenant with the Alaloi people that no civilized person would venture beyond these bounds. THE BROKEN GOD (2001)When the Order moved from Arcite three thousand years ago and found it occupied by bands of wild men, well, we made a covenant with them. THE BROKEN GOD (2001)
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Translations for 'covenant'
British English: covenant NOUN
A covenant is a formal written agreement between two or more people or groups of people which is recognized in law.
...the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
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