fated

adjective
fat·​ed | \ˈfā-təd \

Definition of fated 

: decreed, controlled, or marked by fate

Examples of fated in a Sentence

He felt he was fated to be famous. a character fated to die young

First Known Use of fated

1542, in the meaning defined above

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fated

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of fated

: certain to do or be something; especially : certain to die or suffer in a particular way

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