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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Anyone who submits to the belief that they are powerless to change their fate adj. - Of or relating to the belief that you cannot change your fate.

Usage examples (25)
  • The early Scotch reformed theology was based on the predestinarian principle.
  • This is the point which cannot be evaded; and it is fatal to the predestinarian theology.
  • Almighty Person in whose hands all things lay, and made him a very pronounced predestinarian.
  • Still, the predestinarian aliment did not set well on her palate, or nourish her young and tender graces of spirit. for more
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