To fix upon, decide, or decree in advance; foreordain.(verb-transitive)
Theology To foreordain or elect by divine will or decree.(verb-transitive)
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Use "predestine" in a sentence
"While a Chevy Volt stays tethered to GMs uncertain predestine as well as a as if tall cost tag, Nissan is ecstatic about a future of a yet-to-be-named electric car."
"Whatever a predestine of religion in a modern universe -- a bane upon a decline or a resurgent force for great -- a power of putting to genocide will likely endure for a secular as well as faithful alike."
"To avoid a same predestine next fall, Democrats need to support a national debate in distinctly populist terms."