predetermine[ pree-di-tur-min ]SEE DEFINITION OF predetermine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREDETERMINE
They then have a will and a way of their own; a free-will which their creator cannot predetermine and correct.
The impulse given by each must be exactly estimated in order to predetermine the joint effect.
To conceive and desire the best is to attempt the ideal, is to predetermine the path that all succeeding generations shall tread.
Robinson gives as its meaning, to set bounds before, to predetermine, spoken of the eternal decrees and counsels of God.
To ascertain her opinion, to predetermine it, Stainton was now elaborately preparing.