Antonyms for pre-determined

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But no given transformation can be proved to be necessary (pre-determined).

They originated, I am compelled to say, in a pre-determined plan of deception.

It was the purpose and the act of pre-determined revenge, for which law neither can, will, nor ought to have sympathy.

The medical men went to Newgate pre-disposed and pre-determined to see a madman.

A spoke attached to the minute hand releases the alarum at regular and pre-determined intervals of time, say once in an hour.

The man for whom she had pre-determined to nourish a passion went into the small room, and across it to the further extremity.

It is evident that up to some point or another variations must be pre-determined in definite lines.

He announces that "Nothing can shake him, now, from his pre-determined purpose," and that "the grave gapes for its coming victim."

Mine was erected over me, when, as I had pre-determined, I had found a place where I could lie comfortably.

Hence the mine must be so made as to set itself correctly at a pre-determined depth.