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covenant
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
a binding agreement

or (much more rarely): to formally or solemnly promise
  • "I felt myself," she added, "to be as solemnly engaged to him, as if the strictest legal covenant had bound us to each other."
    Chapter 29 (77% in)

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