fated definition

  • adjective:
    • influenced by fate; predetermined.
    • Condemned to demise or destruction; doomed: the fated city of Troy.
    • Foreordained, predetermined, created in advance by fate.
    • Governed by fate; predetermined.
    • Condemned to demise or destruction; doomed: the fated town of Troy.
    • Foreordained, predetermined, established in advance by fate.
    • (usually followed closely by `to') determined by tragic fate
    • (usually followed by `to') based on tragic fate
    • Governed by fate; predetermined.
    • Condemned to death or destruction; condemned: the fated city of Troy.
    • Foreordained, predetermined, created in advance by fate.
    • Governed by fate; predetermined.
    • Condemned to demise or destruction; condemned: the fated town of Troy.
    • Foreordained, predetermined, created in advance by fate.
    • (usually accompanied by `to') decided by tragic fate
    • (usually followed by `to') determined by tragic fate
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of fate.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of fate.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of fate.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of fate.
  • past-participle:
    • Decreed by fate; destined; condemned.
    • Invested with all the energy of deciding future.
    • Decreed by fate; destined; doomed.
    • spent with the energy of determining destiny.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Decreed by fate; destined; condemned.
    • Invested with the energy of deciding future.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Decreed by fate; destined; doomed.
    • Invested with all the energy of determining destiny.
    • Exempted by fate.
  • others:
    • Determined or consigned by fate; condemned; destined: as, he was fated to a violent end.
    • Regulated by fate; granted, appointed, or set aside by fate.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Invested using energy of determining fates or destinies.
    • Determined or consigned by fate; doomed; destined: as, he was fated to a violent end.
    • Regulated by fate; granted, appointed, or set apart by fate.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Invested because of the power of identifying fates or destinies.
    • Determined or consigned by fate; doomed; destined: as, he was fated to a violent end.
    • Regulated by fate; awarded, appointed, or put aside by fate.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Invested using power of identifying fates or destinies.
    • Determined or consigned by fate; doomed; destined: as, he was fated to a violent end.
    • Regulated by fate; granted, appointed, or set aside by fate.
    • Exempted by fate.
    • Invested with the power of determining fates or destinies.

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