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- n. convent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A convent or monastery.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A meeting; a gathering; an assembly.
- n. A convent or monastery; the monks or nuns collectively.
- n. An agreement; a covenant.
I shrugged it off until a friend there drug me to covent garden and i ate a waffle.
On way to ballet and dinner at covent garden - late Christmas present for mother.
After a sea accident, the crew of a ship is lured by a covent of sirens.
We ended up finding a group of friends and picnicking on the lawn until the rain came, before taking shelter in the covent bakery and sampling some chocolate truffles.
And the monkes ben Arrabyenes, or men of Greece: and there is a grot covent; and alle thei ben as heremytes; and thei drynken no wyn, but zif it be on principalle festes: and thei ben fulle devoute men, and lyven porely and sympely, with joutes84 and with dates: and thei don gret absteynence and penaunce.
And the monkes ben Arrabyenes, or men of Greece: and there is a grot covent; and alle thei ben as heremytes; and thei drynken no wyn, but zif it be on principalle festes: and thei ben fulle devoute men, and lyven porely and sympely, with joutes530 and with dates: and thei don gret absteynence and penaunce.
Which dide unto Seyncte Godwine's covent  lede,
Vasselot, with characteristic and an eminently national intuition, perceived that this girl from a covent school in the Rue du Cherche-Midi was not a person to whom to address drawing-room generalities, and those insults to the feminine comprehension which a bygone generation called compliments.
While I feel very sorry for the traders in covent garden market as CAPCO try to stop them earning a living its nothing to what CAPCO are doing to the residents of the Gibbs Green Estate where I live where CAPCO are trying to force us residents out of our homes and destroy our community - SHAME ON YOU CAPCO
Caunterbury; and thanne the priour and the covent of Caunterbury chosen in there chapytre hous the noble clerk Stephen of Langeton, ayens the kynges will, whome the pope sacred at Viterke.