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"Foreordained Meaning In Bengali"

Foreordained (adjective) - দৈবনির্দিষ্ট;

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Foreordained Meaning in Bengali. Foreordained শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Foreordained meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Foreordained".

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Foreordained বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Foreordained in English? What does Foreordained mean? What is another word for Foreordained? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: foreordain, foreordained, foreordaining, foreordainment, foreordainments, foreordains, foreorder, foreordinate, foreordinated, foreordinating,

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Example Sentences for foreordained

That he could do nothing but what he was foreordained by God to do.

A thousand years back this spot had been foreordained for it.

Only the young, or the depraved, can believe that to live for pleasure is not to be foreordained to misery.

Let us not think that God has foreordained all this, and that we cannot hasten it.

"That which was foreordained has come to pass," said the woman.

Was everything, even a baggy young teacher of Arabic, foreordained?

That which is foreordained will come to pass, let what will happen, and that's my trust.

Foreordained and predestined to be at the crucial point at the critical moment!

They were present to witness and to accomplish an act of foreordained justice.

Then and there he foreknew and foreordained all human tears.

Foreordained History and Origin

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Word Origin & History

foreordained early 15c., for-ordenede; see fore- + ordain.

Foreordained Synonyms

preordain predestine foreshadow predetermine foretell destine reserve foredoom prearrange preform destinate

Foreordained Definition

verb (used with object)
to ordain or appoint beforehand.
to predestine; predetermine.

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