Definitions of "covenant"
  1. A formal or official promise made in an agreement or compact
  2. A complete contract or a specific promise within it, pertaining to the execution or non-execution of a specific action
  3. An assurance given in a property deed that protects the receiver, particularly against defects in the title
  4. A legal action at common law to seek compensation for the violation of a sealed contract
How to use "covenant" in a sentence
  1. The landlord and tenant entered into a covenant about property maintenance.
  2. In our covenant, we agreed that I would mow the lawn and you would pay for the water bill.
  3. She filed a lawsuit for damages based on the breach of a covenant in our agreement.

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