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Definition of "fatalistic" []

  • Of or pertaining to fatalism (adjective)
  • Submissive to fate (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fatalistic" in a sentence
  • "But perhaps that point of view writers call the fatalistic (what's to be will be), which most of the soldiers believe in, is the best way for a fellow to believe after all."
  • "There is no question now, since all the private letters and diaries prove it, that the generation which had just left college, and had hardly yet gone out into the world, had formed, unsuspected by their elders, a conception of life which might have been called fatalistic if it had not been so rigorously regulated by a sense of duty."
  • "There freedom can be delayed and their sacrifices and suffering will make them more extremist and more fatalistic, that is bad for Kashmir, India, Pakistan, and Indo-Kash-Pak Subcontinent."