Verb(1) decree or designate beforehand(2) design or destine
(1) But having a genetic predisposition to gain weight doesn't destine you to be obese, only to possibly struggle more with your weight.(2) Speak up now, people, or destine your children and their children to the loss of the Savannah.(3) The sheer scale and scope of the exhibition, combined with the reality that most visitors possessed only a passing knowledge of African political history would have seemed to destine this project for incoherence.(4) It is obvious that, having been raised with whites or near them, the latter grow more attached to them and destine them for less difficult tasks and a more pleasant life, notably one with better food.(5) Whose head would explode first and destine them to stare at a white wall for the rest of their life?(6) The proximity of Chiapas and Oaxaca, and their shared history and geography, does not destine them to mimic patterns of political ecology.(7) The duo's third album, Rubber Factory, is jammed with blues 'n' garage rock anthems that surely destine these rust belt heroes for global greatness.(8) While their innate reactivity seems to destine all these children for later anxiety disorders, things didn't turn out that way.(9) History and geography have destined the two sides to be neighbors.(10) Because God has chosen and destined us, we have been called into an intimate relationship with him.(11) No, it was not others who destined him to be killed, even if he was sent by God.(12) According to the Christian tradition, the divine both embraces all peoples and yet destines some to ├ö├ç├┐supersede├ö├ç├û and bring final truth to all the others.(13) You will recall that this is the scheme that destines all cattle over the age of 30 months to be burnt.(14) Athelstane's heritage destines him for great things, but his personality moves him towards more ordinary goals, like a full stomach.(15) Theology engages in this task for the purpose of facilitating the fellowship of Christ's disciples in fulfilling their calling to be the image of God and thereby to be the biblical community God destines us to become.(16) This perverted abhorrence of women destines religions to collide with modernity everywhere, for to be modern is to set women free.
1. doom ::
2. fate ::
3. designate ::
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