covin

/ (ˈkʌvɪn) /

noun

law a conspiracy between two or more persons to act to the detriment or injury of another

Nearby words

  1. covet,
  2. coveted,
  3. covetous,
  4. covey,
  5. covilhã,
  6. covina,
  7. covington,
  8. cow,
  9. cow bail,
  10. cow cake

Word Origin for covin

C14: from Old French; see coven, convene

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