foreordain definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to ascertain or appoint before you start; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint beforehand; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
    • To determine or appoint beforehand; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint in advance; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
    • To determine or appoint in advance; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint upfront; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
    • to ascertain or appoint in advance; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint before you start; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
    • to ascertain or appoint ahead of time; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint upfront; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
    • To determine or appoint ahead of time; predestine.
    • To ordain or appoint beforehand; to preordain; to predestinate; to predetermine.
  • verb:
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
    • To predestine or preordain.
    • foreordain or determine beforehand
    • foreordain by divine will or decree
  • others:
    • To ordain or appoint beforehand; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.
    • To ordain or appoint first; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.
    • To ordain or appoint first; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.
    • To ordain or appoint in advance; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.
    • To ordain or appoint upfront; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.
    • To ordain or appoint before you start; preordain; predestinate; predetermine.
    • Synonyms See predestinate.

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