Definition of Pactioned
1. paction [v] - See also: paction
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pactioned
pactioned (current term)
|pactum de non petendo|
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Literary usage of Pactioned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Records of the Proceedings of the Justiciary Court, Edinburgh, 1661-1678 by Edinburgh (Scotland). Justiciary Court, William George Scott-Moncrieff, John W. Weston (1905)
"... is pactioned for than the law allows, but to palliate the express ... was expressly pactioned and transacted for, and that this Contract came in vice ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1833)
"... the end pactioned between them, that Archie, (as he was called in those days,) our acquaintance, was proposed for Mies Octavia Margaret; and, ..."
3. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett (1816)
"Threatening, to the fear whereof he yielded ; Sdo. That he expressly pactioned that this confession should not operate against him, which is very clear from ..."
4. Lawrie Todd: Or, the Settlers in the Woods by John Galt (1849)
"Then, what would ye think of my taking up a wee bit shoppie—no, a store with a world of a' things, like what I hear you and Mr. Hoskins have pactioned to ..."
5. Principles of Equity by Henry Home Kames (1825)
"... supplied by a court of equity ; as justice will not permit the obligor to enjoy the valuable consideration, without performing the equivalent pactioned. ..."
6. A History of the Witches of Renfrewshire by Thomson Gale (Firm) (1877)
"... he teaches them odd words and signs, upon repeating of which exorcisms, he (it being his interest) effectuates the fore- pactioned operations, &c. ..."