covenantor

noun
cov·e·nan·tor | \ ˈkə-və-ˌnan-tər ; ˌkə-və-ˌnan-ˈtȯr , -nən- \

Definition of covenantor 

: a party bound by a covenant

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1649, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of covenantor was in 1649

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covenantor

noun
cov·e·nan·tor | \ ˈkə-və-ˌnan-tər, -nən-; ˌkə-və-ˌnan-ˈtȯr \

Legal Definition of covenantor 

: the party to a covenant who is bound to perform the obligation expressed in it

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