Antonyms for pre-destined

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She was a fair-haired girl, gentle and timid, and was pre-destined for misfortune.

Bronson was a pre-destined bachelor, and the General knew it.

Neither is it any prophetical forecasting—not to speak of any pre-destined necessity.

He knew he was a sinner by choice, who had abused his free-will; not a passive vessel of wrath, pre-destined to destruction.

He told me that he believed in Divine pre-destination, and that he did not hope to be saved; he was pre-destined to be lost.