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synonyms for preordain

  • foretell
  • predetermine
  • bless
  • doom
  • foreordain
  • predestine
See also synonyms for: preordained
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How to use preordain in a sentence

The Hot Takedown team disputes any notions that the Suns and the Bucks are merely lucky to have gotten this far and that super-teams like the Lakers, Nets and Clippers were preordained to be champs without their pesky injuries.
NEW SPORTS AND OLD PROBLEMS AT THE OLYMPICSSARAH SHACHATJULY 20, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Those numbers preordained the presidential election results.
MITCH MCCONNELL NEEDS TO REMEMBER WHY REPUBLICANS ARE IN SUCH POOR STANDING IN D.C.COLBERT KINGMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO PREORDAIN

  • allot
  • appoint
  • assign
  • consecrate
  • decide
  • decree
  • dedicate
  • design
  • determine
  • devote
  • doom
  • doom to
  • earmark
  • fate
  • foreordain
  • intend
  • mark out
  • predestine
  • preform
  • preordain
  • purpose
  • reserve
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.