Examples of fated in a Sentence
He felt he was fated to be famous.
a character fated to die young
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Jiménez sees the same mentality from Castro — and how much progress he's made since that ill-fated debut month in April 2015.
And of course there is Maria Sharapova who not returns to play her first Major since her ill-fated 2016 Aussie Open but does so with a book to sell.
Former Republican state treasurer Dan Rutherford's ill-fated 2014 gubernatorial bid has long faded from public memory, but a civil trial this week at the Daley Center has placed a spotlight on the explosive allegations that damaged his campaign.
Take last year’s ill-fated proposal to allow camping in parts of the city’s park system.
The Glaswegian has been out of work since his ill-fated year-long stint as manager of Spanish side Real Sociedad, but is apparently happy spreading his coaching knowledge around the world, starting with Jordan.
And any tweaks that made the ill-fated measure more acceptable to the right risked hemorrhaging moderate support.
Some are controversial and close to the current administration — like Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, who invited President Trump to the presidential palace for an ill-fated appearance.
The city’s ill-fated 2013 proposal for the Wissahickon would have used a different company, called Go Ape.
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