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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foredestine.
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What's the point of making a virtual world with lightsabers and alien worlds that has an economy that is foredestined to create permanent and structural inequality?
I did not expect to find someone like you here, and yet-I do not follow some of my people's reasoning that all is foredestined, but it sometimes seems as if I was drawn here because you were here.
It became a cat-and-mouse game, with the outcome foredestined, because the cat was too quick and the mouse was too sluggish.
She might have posed as she stood against the marble railing -- and especially in that gesture of lifting her arms -- for a bearer of the gift at some foredestined luckless ceremony of votive offerings.
It is many a long year since my dear friend Messer Guido dei Cavalcanti died of that disastrous exile to which, by the cynical irony of fate, my other dear friend, Messer Dante dei Alighieri, was foredestined to doom him.
But in Rome there were the conditions favourable to its development -- imperfect culture, vehement passions unabsorbed by commerce or by political life, the habituation to extravagant excitement in war and in the circus, and the fermentation of an age foredestined to give birth to new religious creeds.