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synonyms for foreordain

  • destine
  • foredoom
  • foreshadow
  • foretell
  • prearrange
  • predestine
  • predetermine
  • preform
  • preordain
  • reserve
  • destinate
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How to use foreordain in a sentence

The word foreordain means to ordain beforehand: and the word elect means to choose.
LIFE AND LABORS OF ELDER JOHN KLINE, THE MARTYR MISSIONARYJOHN KLINE
As to the word foreordain, I do not recollect that it occurs in our translation.
CALVINISTIC CONTROVERSYWILBUR FISK
Did God foreordain or choose the individuals who would compose the church?
THE HARP OF GODJ. F. RUTHERFORD
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO FOREORDAIN

  • allot
  • appoint
  • assign
  • consecrate
  • decide
  • decree
  • dedicate
  • design
  • determine
  • devote
  • doom
  • doom to
  • earmark
  • fate
  • foreordain
  • intend
  • mark out
  • predestine
  • preform
  • preordain
  • purpose
  • reserve
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.