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- adv. In a fateful manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fateful manner.
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- adv. in a prophetically fateful manner
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(Both of those incarnations flip a coin fatefully in the fashion of Javier Bardem's monster in "No Country For Old Men," except that this coin has two heads, so what's the point?)
The marriage is beset by fatefully conflicting circumstances.
And that was a crucial mistake, my mother has remained an unanswered friend request since the day she fatefully joined the facebook.
But Obama, who correctly identified Iraq as a "stupid war," thus transcending notions of "good" or "bad," in 2002, took the whole thing way too far in late 2009 when he fatefully decided to do a big "surge" of his own in Afghanistan.
Located at, according to the website, 622 SE Grand Ave, Portland, Me thinks it's fatefully near the New Convention Center Hotel.
Whitman's script, fatefully, included her opposition to the comprehensive immigration reform and pathway to legalization policies she once supported -- but dramatically flip-flopped on to win the Republican primary -- and her call for a crackdown on employers of illegal immigrants.
The book traces the fatefully interweaving journeys of four Sacramento locals trying to grasp their own piece of the Dream, in the wake of a big action movie star sweeping into town and promising to shake things up and fix all that's broken.
Among the contestants are a boundlessly articulate and fatefully beautiful young woman from Malibu, Calif., and a tender, tentative boy from Japan who, isolated in his rural village, created his act, and his performing self, out of whole silk.
"Dingell fatefully advised the NRA to set up a full-time professional lobbying arm to fight off regulations and roll back the gun-control laws of the 1960s," Mr. Winkler writes.
But she is also sly, selfish, nasty, hurt and hurtful, dryly sardonic and fatefully deluded.