foredoomed

[ verb fawr-doom, fohr-; noun fawr-doom, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foredoomed

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It was the foreseen, foredoomed destruction of the leading squadron.

He is a man prejudged, foredoomed by the necessities of war.

“If you are foredoomed to misfortune, it cannot be evaded,” he declared.

Whether that was its object or not the mission was foredoomed to failure.

It was foredoomed to failure and held the boards only a week.

And this was the town that was foredoomed to all the horrors of fire and pillage!

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

But who has not felt that he was foredoomed to disappointment in each case?

Foredoomed to continue our passage till our final destiny be fulfilled.

Before it started there was a consensus of opinion that it was foredoomed.

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