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  • adj. Devoid of fate.


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fate +‎ -less


  • To me, for us, I mean, for Imre and me, to be fateless means when somebody take you from the bus and force you to a totally different fate.

    'Fateless,' Faithful to the Kertesz Novel

  • The experience was about solitude, a more difficult life, and the things I have already mentioned - the need to step out of the mesmerizing crowd, out of History, which renders you faceless and fateless.

    Nobel Lecture - Literature 2002

  • Beside those fateless candles were the harvest harbingers, the plates on which was growing Saint Barbara's grain -- so vigorous and so freshly green that old Jan rubbed his hands together comfortably as he said to the Vidame: "Ah, we need have no fears for the harvest that is coming in this blessed year!"

    The Christmas Kalends of Provence And Some Other Provençal Festivals

  • QUOTE (fateless @ Mar 20 2009, 18: 49) worked for me!

    MoDaCo WinMo News

  • Herewith is a recounting of some of my experiences on that fateless day.

    Bay of Fundie

  • a single Wise Man and the rest written of as gullible god fearing uninterfering fateless fools the Jehad against Ignorance like a forgotten chapter in closed down schools .. our collective destiny loaded on bigotry of blinded mules. posted 20sept 2006 buzznet

    2006 December 17 « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • It seems to me that this is the case with you: you are quite fateless.”

    Gänsemännchen. English


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