Condemned to death or destruction; doomed: the fated city of Troy. (adjective)
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Use "fated" in a sentence
"Yet, it appears our paths are once again fated not to cross."
"I'll admit, I used to read some fated to be mated stories, and I liked them at the time, but I'm not sure if I was ever really sold on the idea of fated mates even then."
"He proceeded to walk up the glen, resolving that their place of combat should be in the entrance of the Corri-nan-shian; both because the spot, lying under the reputation of being haunted, was very little frequented, and also because he regarded it as a place which to him might be termed fated, and which he therefore resolved should witness his death or victory."