covenant[ kuhv-uh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF covenant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COVENANT
While men are often unfaithful to their covenant, God never is.
Covenant was staring right and left with great questioning eyes.
Look upon the Covenant, for all the earth is full of darkness and cruel habitations.
No love can be bound by oath or covenant to secure it against a higher love.
The covenant is Wilson's souvenir to the future of the world.
A covenant is made by sacrifice, to which the deity and all the members of his people are parties.
The Covenant of Paris is a good foundation, well and truly laid.
Where covenant is, there must be brought in the death of the covenant-victim.
Unvowing a vow must be equivalent to signing a covenant with the powers of darkness.
The covenant people, Israel, were the specially invited guests.