preordained

[ pree-awr-deyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF preordained

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Whatever may befall thee, it was preordained for thee from everlasting.

And the now conscious stars have preordained this moment for my happiness.

Whatever may befall thee, it was preordained for thee from ——.

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

Barbara knew that whether she was late or punctual had been preordained.

If the progress of humanity is preordained, what need for man to use his puny powers?

Its refusal is dictated by a preordained decree which it is bound to obey.

Perhaps his occupancy of that particular corner was preordained.

Who will say that the precise number of shuffles I have given to it was preordained?

Looking at Life anatomically, which is as good a way as any, she was preordained to be a Shoulder.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from pre- + ordain (q.v.). Related: Preordained; preordaining.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PREORDAINED

fated

adjectivegoverned by fate
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