fateful definition

  • adjective:
    • Vitally affecting subsequent activities; becoming of great effect; momentous: a fateful choice to counterattack.
    • Vitally impacting subsequent activities; becoming of good consequence; momentous: a fateful choice to counterattack.
    • Controlled by or just as if by fate; predetermined.
    • Controlled by or as if by fate; predetermined.
    • delivering death or catastrophe; deadly.
    • Bringing demise or catastrophe; fatal.
    • Ominously prophetic; portentous: a fateful sign.
    • Ominously prophetic; portentous: a fateful indication.
    • Momentous, significant, establishing or closing ones fate.
    • Momentous, considerable, establishing or sealing people fate.
    • Determined beforehand by fate, fated.
    • Determined in advance by fate, fated.
    • getting the energy of providing or accomplishing fate.
    • Having the power of providing or achieving fate.
    • immense of fate; ominous.
    • (of occasions) having extremely unfortunate or dire effects; bringing spoil
    • controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • having momentous effects; of definitive importance
    • ominously prophetic
    • immense of fate; ominous.
    • (of occasions) having excessively unfortunate or dire effects; bringing damage
    • managed or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • having momentous effects; of definitive value
    • ominously prophetic
    • Vitally impacting subsequent events; becoming of great outcome; momentous: a fateful decision to counterattack.
    • Controlled by or as if by fate; predetermined.
    • providing death or catastrophe; deadly.
    • Ominously prophetic; portentous: a fateful indication.
    • Momentous, significant, setting or closing ones fate.
    • Determined ahead of time by fate, fated.
    • getting the power of serving or accomplishing fate.
    • immense of fate; ominous.
    • (of activities) having acutely unfortunate or dire effects; bringing harm
    • controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined
    • having momentous consequences; of decisive importance
    • ominously prophetic
  • others:
    • faced with fate; deciding what exactly is to take place: because, he unsealed the fateful missive; a fateful contest.
    • getting the power to kill; producing fatal results: as, “the fateful metallic,”
    • Charged with fate; determining something to take place: because, he opened the fateful missive; a fateful contest.
    • Having the power to kill; producing fatal results: as, “the fateful steel,”
    • faced with fate; deciding something to occur: since, he launched the fateful missive; a fateful competition.
    • getting the power to eliminate; making fatal results: as, “the fateful steel,”

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