Examples of destiny in a Sentence
They believed it was their destiny to be together.
motivated by a sense of destiny
Recent Examples of destiny from the Web
Walkoff win after walkoff win created an aura suggesting the playoffs were destiny.
More good advice comes from Alon Shwartz, a lifelong (since age 5!) computer wiz, entrepreneur, and father of three, who argues for kids having a hand in their own phone management destiny.
Destiny Odom Says Meanwhile, the other mothers in the episode also dealt with possible life changing decisions.
Mackey believes this is Whole Foods’ destinyThere's been some speculation in the Wall Street community that Walmart could swoop in with a higher bid, but Mackey seems to think that Amazon is the right partner for Whole Foods.
But, also to reach the final frontier of our destiny, which is the financial, entrepreneurial and economic empowerment of black people.
And Watson is a raw, magnetic and often agonized presence as Klass, whose tragic back story is revealed to Ida in (of all things) a Destiny’s Child notebook the two share in an intimate moment.
Destiny Santilli, aka Tiny, Fro and Yazmine, is now in jail, held without bond on charges of human trafficking, living off the earnings of a prostitute and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, records show.
The entertainer managed to add her @badgalriri charm to Marion Crane, transforming Janet Leigh’s iconic Psycho character into a modern-day badass and independent woman who actually managed to escape her fatal destiny.
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Synonym Discussion of destiny
DESTINY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of destiny for English Language Learners
: what happens in the future : the things that someone or something will experience in the future
: a power that is believed to control what happens in the future
DESTINY Defined for Kids
Definition of destiny for Students
1 : what happens to someone or something in the future You can decide your own destiny.
2 : the course of events believed to be controlled by a superhuman power
3 : a power that is believed to control the future
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