Thesaurus / foredoomed

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Here would seem to be a union blessed of the gods; yet it is foredoomed to bring but sorrow.

Women of AmericaJohn Rouse Larus

She was foredoomed from the beginning of the world: I see the mark upon her.

The Vicar of WrexhillMrs [Frances] Trollope

But the two men were essentially antipathetic and foredoomed to part, not the best of friends.

Odious as he was, and foredoomed to fail, he was yet the supreme figure of the time.

Lectures on the French RevolutionJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

Though he was certain that everything which developed through initiative was foredoomed to failure, his pride in Bobby increased.

NarcissusEvelyn Scott

But the experiments had been foredoomed anyway,—through the incompatibility of producers' cooperation with trade unionism.

And any attempt to live a righteous life with an evil conscience is foredoomed to failure.

That's only his fata morgana, for he's foredoomed to die in harness.

The Silver PoppyArthur Stringer

The attempt was foredoomed to failure, and the men were ordered back into the trench.

She saw her always weak and irresolute, obstinately shrugging her shoulders, her brow clouded over—rebellious and foredoomed.

The SalamanderOwen Johnson

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