Examples of preordain in a Sentence
my wife and I are such soulmates, I'm convinced that our marriage was preordained
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For nearly a decade, LeBron's presence in the NBA Finals was something close to preordained.
Progressives have long complained that the national Democratic Party has sought to preordain the outcome of primary races.
Just like the spirituals invented during slavery, the blues that bubbled up after the collapse of Reconstruction, and the soul that took root during the civil-rights era, hip-hop was in a sense preordained by the social conditions of blackness.
It was not preordained, Villanova winning a second NCAA title in three years.
This was the tournament that reminded us that champions should not be preordained, and that epitaphs should not be prewritten.
But watching Oladipo soar with the Pacers only reaffirms her belief that his current success was preordained.
Nothing is preordained in a league where the difference between 10-6 and 6-10 is often a handful of plays or breaks.
Julia considers their friendship preordained, if only because both have pale blue eyes.
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