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But I thought it was worth underscoring because when it comes to science, we assume all previous discoveries were preordained.

It was supposedly preordained, ever since Peyton Manning shredded the Baltimore Ravens for seven touchdowns in the season opener.

The witches generally represent some version of the Fates and make Macbeth believe that life is preordained.

Historical destinies are directional, not precisely preordained.

It is preordained that I am to be nothing but a cumberer of the ground.

It does not mean that a given person is preordained from eternity to act in a given way, no matter what the circumstances are.

Heretofore it had been a thing taken for granted, preordained as the alternate coming of light and of darkness.

The preordained time has now arrived, and Emmanuel himself is to take the command.

But please to think of Juliet after ten years of Romeo and his pin-headed intelligence and his preordained infidelities.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to preordained, such as: destined, doomed, foreordained, impending, predestined, and predetermined.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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