fated[ fey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF fated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FATED
Whichever it was, that was all that I was fated to see or hear of the Opera.
To Hondscio then was that harassing deadly, his fall there was fated.
I suppose that these things may be regarded as fated,—and I think that they are well.
No matter where I went, on land or water, I was fated to meet these two.
For under a cloud Flora de Barral was fated to be even at sea.
But I was fated to feel no other pleasure than that of his appearance.
Every school before its death is fated to inspire satiety and weariness.
"This 'Fated to Conquer' isn't a bad story, Mary," she said after a while.
His fate is what is allotted him by destiny, or what he is fated to perform.
But any plan of escape was fated to be thwarted then and there, even as we laid it.
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