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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of predestine.

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  • adjective established or prearranged unalterably

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Examples

  • In such a godforsaken place we partake the journey of one man and his son on “the road” predestined from the beginning to end with a disaster.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • In such a godforsaken place we partake the journey of one man and his son on “the road” predestined from the beginning to end with a disaster.

    Cormac McCarthy - The Road (Book Review)

  • The Presbyterians of his own time did still espouse predestination as a doctrine-but, a bit more flexible in attitude, tended to soft-pedal the notion of predestined damnation, and not to think too much on the idea that every detail of life was so predestined.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • They were closer than the outer ring, which kept a uniform girth around the prairie, but somehow they looked very peculiar and foreboding, and I got one of those sobering feelings which I like to call predestined deja vu.

    The Revolutions of Time

  • But our spiritual teachers tell us that the evil to which we are predestined, which is that born into the world with us, may be averted, turned and guided to good by what they call spiritual regeneration.

    The Bride of the Nile — Volume 04

  • -- But our spiritual teachers tell us that the evil to which we are predestined, which is that born into the world with us, may be averted, turned and guided to good by what they call spiritual regeneration.

    The Bride of the Nile — Complete

  • But our spiritual teachers tell us that the evil to which we are predestined, which is that born into the world with us, may be averted, turned and guided to good by what they call spiritual regeneration.

    The Bride of the Nile — Volume 04

  • -- But our spiritual teachers tell us that the evil to which we are predestined, which is that born into the world with us, may be averted, turned and guided to good by what they call spiritual regeneration.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • But our spiritual teachers tell us that the evil to which we are predestined, which is that born into the world with us, may be averted, turned and guided to good by what they call spiritual regeneration.

    The Bride of the Nile — Volume 04

  • Universalism has its origins in a doctrinal question in which the first Universalists disputed the notion of predestined and exclusive salvation, arguing that salvation is open to all people.

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