Examples of predestine in a Sentence
our victory in the tournament was seemingly predestined
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After the Warriors added Kevin Durant last summer, many believed another meeting between the Warriors and Cavs was predestined before the season even began.
So, Cheetos fans who could make it in were predestined to love it.
Here is what science is highly unlikely to be able to do: genetically predestine a child’s Ivy League acceptance letter, front-load a kid with Stephen Colbert’s one-liners, or bake Beyonce’s vocal range into a baby.
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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Synonymsdoom, fate, foredoom, foreordain, ordain, destine, predetermine, preordain
Related Wordspredestinate; augur, forecast, foretell, predict, presage, prognosticate, prophesy; preconceive, prejudge; condemn, sentence; bode, forebode (also forbode), portend; anticipate, divine, foreknow, foresee
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