American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An assembly of 13 witches.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. an assembly of witches; usually 13 witches
- From Middle English covent, from Anglo-Norman covent, cuvent, from Old French convent, from Latin conventum, from convenio, from cum ("with") and venio ("I come"). Confer convent (Wiktionary)
- Perhaps from Middle English covent, assembly, convent; see convent. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“His Republican rivals have done him damage by focusing on his record as chief executive at the Bain company, which they described as a coven of corporate raiders and vultures, taking over smaller firms and laying off workers.”
“Now that Magrat Garlick has become queen, the witches coven is short a member.”
“Mysterius the Unfathomable #5 - The leader of the witch’s coven is revealed, Blake makes a comeback, and Ella Tamblyn speaks some harsh truths.”
“But it depends on Eclipse especially the LEG HITCH scene because that’s where Denali coven is mention in more detail.”
“Regin secretly called their coven leader Annika the Aneurismal for good reason.”
“My coven is The Witches of Broome because most of us live in Broome County.”
“We want the True Names of all abusers currently on the System, in particular the members of this so-called coven you used to be a part of.”
“I thought a "coven" was a multiple of feminists ...”
“It makes me think of witches and crows, for no good reason, really I think the proper words are, "coven" or "congeries" and "murder," respectively.”
“Rydstrom began by explaining what would happen if Mari didn’t call her coven before the full moon and how MacRieve had been handed the task of escorting her back.”
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