treaty[ tree-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF treaty
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A treaty was framed, and at first rejected by the United States Senate.
He is now actually in treaty for an inn, which will do his business for life.
Action on this treaty is expected to take place in about ten years.
This island had been restored to France by the Treaty of Amiens.
The treaty, as it transpires, is the source of general cavil.
This was done, but at the last accounts no treaty had been made.
A treaty was accordingly concluded with them by Sir William Johnson in 1765.
It is the 'lion heart' with which the reason makes a treaty.
Even with respect to a treaty, I left the matter not untried.
Agrees to exchange ratifications of the treaty and convention.