Third-person singular simple present indicative form of destine.(verb)
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Use "destines" in a sentence
"He also advises individual investors to abandon over-priced, under-performing mutual funds and "take control of their financial destines, educate themselves, and invest in a well-diversified portfolio of low-cost index funds.""
"CAPE CANAVERAL President Obama's plans for NASA could be "devastating" to the U.S. space program and "destines our nation to become one of second - or even third-rate stature," three legendary astronauts said in a letter Tuesday."
"As an unreformed Pan-Africanist, I also believe that Africans are not prisoners to be kept behind tribal walls, ethnic enclaves, Ivorite, kilils, Bantustans, apartheid or whatever divisive and repressive ideology is manufactured by dictators, but free men and women who are captains of their destines in one un-walled Africa that belongs to all equally."