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noun as in fate, fortune

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It was this complete convergence of events and really kismet, what happened to Marge Gunderson.

Being cast in a role like Llewyn was kismet for Isaac, providing an outlet for all of his passions.

In typical indie film world kismet, the movie came from a dinner-party seating fluke.

The bad luck of decades past has been replaced by a long-shot fairy tale of publishing kismet.

Miss Cox's luck again failed her in Kismet, a two-and-a-half rater built by Payne.

My reply was 'Kismet,' which means that it was a sin to think of the future.

My master had many English attributes, but in the shrug, the pantomime of Kismet, he was exclusively French.

No idle chance brought us together to-day, Don; it was that Kismet to which the Arab ascribes every act of life.

If she gets run down by some bustling ship or another, it is Kismet, and not to be helped.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kismet, such as: chance, destination, destiny, doom, horoscope, and karma.

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