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


The unexpected march of events had converted him to the doctrine of fatalism.

Perhaps the liquor brought him something of the chill Russian fatalism.

In other words, you yield to what Mr. Bryce calls "the fatalism of the multitude."

Let us not abandon the future of our race to the fatalism of Allah; let us create it ourselves!

Her magnanimity, he tells us, is unexampled, and her fatalism pathetic.

The fatalism that was her mood so often now told her that these things had to be.

The fatalism of youth, unlike that of age, is all rose-coloured.

He waited, with the patience and the fatalism of infancy, for something to happen.

There was no answer to be made to this fatalism of utterance, and none to the worship of his eyes.

With the fatalism of youth they had accepted their tragedy as final.