Definition of predestiny in English:

predestiny

Line breaks: pre|des¦tiny
Pronunciation: /priːˈdɛstɪni
 
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noun

[mass noun] rare
  • The belief that all events are determined in advance by divine will or fate.
    More example sentences
    • What happens to us, and what we make happen to us, are tangled like predestiny and free will.
    • The only ways to overcome this curse of predestiny are clever writing and serious, believable realism.
    • Don't bedazzle me with manifest theory or predestiny doubletalk.

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