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predestine (v.)

late 14c., predestinen, "to foreordain, decree beforehand," from Old French prédestiner (12c.) "predestine, ordain" (of God) and directly from Latin praedestinare "determine beforehand" (see predestination). Related: Predestined; predestining.

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Definitions of predestine

predestine (v.)
decree or determine beforehand;
predestine (v.)
foreordain by divine will or decree;
Synonyms: predestinate / foreordain
predestine (v.)
foreordain or determine beforehand;
Synonyms: foreordain / preordain
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