Examples of predestine in a Sentence
our victory in the tournament was seemingly predestined
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Our fate is predestined by God, and our salvation will come through faith in that conviction.
After falling short of the rematch with the Patriots that many presumed was predestined, the Steelers have to address the self-destructive tendencies that have haunted them in key stretches.
Maybe Sunday’s Charlotte Hornets loss was predestined when the NBA schedule came out, but the extent to which the Toronto Raptors clobbered the home team was striking.
The first battle between Bird and Magic can also be seen as predestined, as has just about everything that has happened to the two men since.
According to Yuval Steiman, senior group manager for Genesis product strategy, the turbocharged V-6 was predestined for the G80 Sport.
Each person bears an immortal soul that is predestined to live with God forever but is not forced to do so, because love cannot be forced.
So maybe it was predestined that this was going to happen.
For decades, historians had insisted that the country’s abnormal path to modernity had predestined it for the catastrophe of National Socialism.
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