To appoint, decree, or ordain in advance; foreordain.(verb-transitive)
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Use "preordain" in a sentence
"Specifically, did the fact that I played left wing in high school soccer -- and here my explicit egotism requires me to point out that I did not play with two left feet -- preordain my placement on the left wing of the political spectrum?"
"Of course, these parallels do not preordain a second Depression."
"Nobody tried to preordain in my mind what place the death of animals should have in the consciousness."