fateful

[ feyt-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fateful

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On this fateful day, she alone was oppressed with strange forebodings.

The continued shocks since that fateful night of the cards had told upon me.

The fateful exodus of the day had evidently slipped his memory entirely.

The fateful day had come and gone, yet London stood where it did before.

The three weeks prior to the fateful fourteenth had been crowded with activities.

One fateful evening the reading was interrupted by the arrival of Mr. Kendall.

Schofield stood as one stupefied, staring blankly at the fateful words.

There was something suddenly strange and fateful about it all to Charmian.

I hadn't so long to wait as most folks had—no longer than an hour of that fateful night.

Matters lay in a condition of suspense until the fateful hour.

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