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How to Pronounce covenants?

Correct pronunciation for the word "covenants" is [kˈʌvənənts], [kˈʌvənənts], [k_ˈʌ_v_ə_n_ə_n_t_s].

"Covenants" in context

A covenant is an agreement or a promise that binds two people, parties or entities together. covenants can be legally binding and enforceable by a court of law. Some familiar religious covenants include the Ten Commandments and the Old Testament's covenant with Abraham. In the legal realm, covenants are often included in contracts and other agreements. Covenants can be express, written agreements between two or more parties or implied by the courts or legislatures.

Covenants are most often made between parties in order to determine the rights and obligations of each party. In real estate, covenants are binding agreements that restrict a certain use or behavior on the property.

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Usage over time for covenants:

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