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[uhn-kuhv-uh-nuh n-tid]
  1. not agreed to or promised by covenant.
  2. not having joined in a covenant.
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Origin of uncovenanted

First recorded in 1640–50; un-1 + covenant + -ed3
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Examples from the Web for uncovenanted

Historical Examples

  • And yet God now shows me uncovenanted mercy in giving me this son.

    Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II

    Martin Luther

  • So when the gentlemen gave it up, the uncovenanted service said they wished to try.

    Up the Country

    Emily Eden

  • I hope all the uncovenanted present felt its weighty solemnity.

    A Reconstructed Marriage

    Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

  • Never had a golden opportunity like this been lost—by what uncovenanted chance had Tolhurst escaped?

  • Such unworthy persons doubtless swelled the mass of uncovenanted.

British Dictionary definitions for uncovenanted


adjective law
  1. not guaranteed or promised by a covenant
  2. not in accordance with or sanctioned by a covenant
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