Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being fated; destiny.

Etymologies

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fated +‎ -ness

Examples

  • It had the right proportions of fatedness and accident, fulfillment granted and denied.

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  • First, it is arguably the Romantic moment that spawned the modern constructions of sexual subjectivity and the attendant values of individual difference, self-fulfillment, the fatedness of attraction and the primacy of desire that have legitimated modern same-sex bonds.

    'Put to the Blush': Romantic Irregularities and Sapphic Tropes

  • Eating saves us from the fatedness of the landscape, from the dosage meters we wear on our bodies.

    Underworld

  • The fatedness was no matter of names or horoscopes, however; it was more to do with the spirit of the times, even the history of art.

    Body Building

  • What a thing to say: "I have achieved eumoiriety," -- namely the quintessence of happy-fatedness dealt unto oneself by a perfect altruism!

    Simon the Jester

  • This turned out to be a stroke of luck, for the ancient Irish never embraced classical cynicism or the gloomy Greco-Roman sense of fatedness.

    NYT > Opinion

  • But the world unfolds according to its own unforeseen fatedness.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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