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Until then, I thought I was just an unlucky soul, destined to live without one of my favorite cooking tools.

From Eater

Truffles seemed destined to be among the short-lived majority.

That impulse — not to own the libs but to hone the libs — seems destined to endure.

One of the wealthiest women in Africa, Alakija, 69, is a power broker — and may be destined for even greater heights.

From Ozy

It's making something new from an original item destined for the trash.

Why, she asked, should she wilfully destine her youth to a hopeless waste of affection, and dearth of all permanent comfort?

Il y a sur nous une prdiction, une destine qui s'accomplit presque invitablement de pre en fils.

Le dechirant et lugubre cortege se dirigeait vers la place du marche destine aux executions criminelles.

I shall, in my secret heart, destine her for you, and it is in this light I shall think of you for the future.

You fus' kiss the young lady I destine faw my sultana, an' now you offeh me a briibe!


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to destine, such as: doom, intend, allot, appoint, assign, and consecrate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.