predetermined[ pree-di-tur-min ]SEE DEFINITION OF predetermined
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREDETERMINED
But no given transformation can be proved to be necessary (predetermined).
They made swift, careful inspections of predetermined points.
But we were off our predetermined course, with a side-drift toward the enemy.
It was predetermined by the decrees of heaven that you were not to take me with you in your flight.
The trial was a farce, because it had been predetermined that Brousson should die.
Of course, the evolution of the organic world cannot be predetermined as a whole.
A better reason was, I had predetermined not to give him a single sou.
On occasion this, also, will have been predetermined by the higher commander.
Rick glanced at his watch, then banked around on the predetermined course.
It is only a name for the predetermined movement from the acorn to the oak tree.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PREDETERMINED
- dead set on
- hanging tough
- locked in
- set in stone
- solid as a rock