[kuhv-uh-nuh n-ter; for 2 also Scot. kuhv-uh-nan-ter] /ˈkʌv ə nən tər; for 2 also Scot. ˌkʌv əˈnæn tər/
a person who makes a .
(initial capital letter) Scottish History. a person who, by solemn agreement, pledged to uphold Presbyterianism, especially an adherent of the National Covenant or the Solemn League and Covenant.
a person upholding the National Covenant of 1638 or the Solemn League and Covenant of 1643 between Scotland and England to establish and defend Presbyterianism
noun 1. the constitution of the League of Nations, included as the first 26 articles in the Treaty of Versailles, in which the organization and purpose of the League were set forth.
noun, Law. 1. (def 2b). [noun wawr-uh n-tee, wor-; verb wawr-uh n-tee, wor-] /noun ˈwɔr ən ti, ˈwɒr-; verb ˌwɔr ənˈti, ˌwɒr-/ noun, plural warranties. 1. an act or an instance of warranting; assurance; authorization; warrant. 2. Law. 3. a written guarantee given to the purchaser of a new appliance, automobile, or other item by […]
- Covenant of works
entered into by God with Adam as the representative of the human race (comp. Gen. 9:11, 12; 17:1-21), so styled because perfect obedience was its condition, thus distinguishing it from the covenant of grace. (See COVENANT OF WORKS.)
[kuhv-uh-nuh n-ter] /ˈkʌv ə nən tər/ noun, Law. 1. the party who is to perform the obligation expressed in a . /ˈkʌvənəntə/ noun 1. a party who makes a promise and who is to perform the obligation expressed in a covenant