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Definition of "paction" [pac•tion]

  • A pact, an agreement. (noun)

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Use "paction" in a sentence
  • "Now, this I hold to be a breach of the paction betwixt us, by which — that is, by that which"
  • "I have made this paction and covenant with my appetite, that it always lieth down and goes to bed with myself, for to that I every day give very good order; then the next morning it also riseth with me and gets up when I am awake."
  • "But such faithfulness in God's matters is not now, alas! to be expected; seeing this church has made a formal concert, or mutual paction, binding up one another from preaching against, and applying their doctrines to the sins, corruptions and scandals of the times: see"
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