uncovenanted

un·cov·e·nant·ed

 (ŭn-kŭv′ə-nən-tĭd)
adj.
1. Not bound by a covenant.
2. Not promised or guaranteed by a covenant.

uncovenanted

(ʌnˈkʌvənəntɪd)
adj
1. (Law) not guaranteed or promised by a covenant
2. (Law) not in accordance with or sanctioned by a covenant
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If nineteen-twentieths of the world are to be left to uncovenanted mercies, and that sort of thing, which means in plain English to go to hell, and the other twentieth are to rejoice at it all, why--"
Compared to peers in its rating category, the airport has a below-average leverage level, offset by its uncovenanted corporate-like debt structure and exposure to AZ.
Many years later, in 1946, Evelyn exclaimed "What an enormous uncovenanted blessing to have kept Henry James for middle age" (Diaries 663).
He added: "We have now handed Mr Salmond an uncovenanted advantage.
168) The Court observed that that example 'align[ed] closely' with Oliver J's statement in Radford: 'that is, that the diminution in value measure of damages will only apply where the innocent party is "merely using a technical breach to secure an uncovenanted profit".
In theory, secured debt should be attractive for high-tort firms because they have a large class of unsecured and uncovenanted creditors (tort claimants) exposed to redistribution in bankruptcy through the use of secured credit.
The married state remains an ideal I've no doubt but most of the examples I dwell now on seem to suggest otherwise and allow me to accept my spinsterhood as something of an uncovenanted blessing.
10 (her only piece of uncovenanted good luck was a fortunate marriage) and knew the fibre of someone who had done the same.
Likewise, displacement of city zoning authority by covenants means that the uncovenanted land that remains is subject to zoning by the state.
Would it be too early to sense a sudden, uncovenanted shift against the corporate ethic, if ethic is the word?
38) Those who remained faithful to the Covenanting ideal therefore censured the Church of Scotland for submitting to the Erastian control of an uncovenanted king and settling for Presbyterianism in one kingdom.