early form of convent (n.) in use to 17c.
- covenant of warranty,
- covent garden,
- coventry bell,
- cover bidding
Examples from the Web for covent
Earlier in the day we were at the Covent Garden Hotel for Manolo Blahnik's debut LFW show - a short film starring Rupert Everett.
Damon Baker, a 19-year-old British photographer, went into a dark karaoke bar in Covent Garden last summer.
The following year, 1872, saw the dbut at Covent Garden of Albani.Garcia the Centenarian And His Times|M. Sterling Mackinlay
At Covent Garden it would have had more justice done to it, and might have met with a better fate.The Talk of the Town, Volume 2 (of 2)|James Payn
But, independent of these associations, Covent Garden has an interest of its own.
Our forefathers never knew, nor needed, such places as the present Covent Garden Market.
Is Covent Garden well supplied with vegetables, or is it not?North America, Volume I (of 2)|Anthony Trollope