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allied under treaty, as two nations. [1/3 definitions]
amend to formally change by rephrasing, or to add to or subtract from (a legislative bill, a contract, a treaty, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
concord a treaty, pact, or contract embodying an agreement. [1/3 definitions]
denounce to announce the ending or repudiation of (a treaty or the like). [1/3 definitions]
Fourteen Points the provisions of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's proposed plan for peace in Europe after World War I, first enumerated in a speech to the U.S. Congress in 1918. The 1919 Treaty of Versailles, which officially ended the war, ultimately included only four of the Fourteen Points, including the creation of a League of Nations.
Louisiana Purchase the treaty of 1803 in which the United States purchased from France the territory extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada, or the territory itself.
Massasoit chief of the Wampanoag Indian tribe of North America in the early 17th century who negotiated a peace treaty in 1621 with English colonists who had settled at Plymouth Rock; born Ousamequin (b.1580?--d.1661).
multilateral involving or participated in by several nations, as a treaty or other international agreement. [1/2 definitions]
NATO abbreviation of "North Atlantic Treaty Organization."
pact a formal compact or set of accords between or among nations; treaty. [1/2 definitions]
peace (often cap.) an agreement or treaty that ends a war. [1/6 definitions]
protocol an original or preliminary draft, copy, or record of an agreement, esp. a treaty. [1/5 definitions]
Treaty of Versailles the treaty, signed in 1919, that officially ended World War I. The Treaty of Versailles, signed by Germany and the Allied Powers, forced Germany to pay enormous reparations, to substantially reduce the size of its military, and to recognize territorial changes that substantially reduced its land holdings. The treaty also established the League of Nations. The United States, represented by President Woodrow Wilson, played a crucial role in the treaty negotiations, but the U.S. Congress subsequently refused to ratify the treaty, based largely on opposition to American participation in the League of Nations.
treaty port a port kept open to foreign trade by treaty, esp. one of several formerly in China, Korea, and Japan.
truce an agreement establishing a stopping of hostilities; peace treaty. [1/2 definitions]