fatalistic

[ feyt-l-iz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF fatalistic
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She surrendered absolutely to fatalistic enjoyment of the gifts the gods had sent.

He chuckled softly and hideously to himself at the fatalistic idea.

I was not in the least scared; on the contrary, I was filled with a kind of fatalistic rage.

Being Mohammedans, they show a fatalistic bravery in battle.

She handed her feelings over to the actors with a kind of fatalistic resignation.

His face was set—afterwards I told myself it was fatalistic.

Dantus indulged in a fatalistic shrug of his shoulders as he concluded.

But neither is it fatalistic: it does not work by compulsory necessity.

No puerile fear, no fatalistic paralysis restrained his understanding.

But if he is cornered he fights with a terrible and fatalistic desperation.

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