destine

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  • Info Destine is a rock band that formed in Tilburg, the Netherlands in 2006.
  • It seemed for a while as if the new order was destined to die out.
  • As a result, he felt that he was destined for something special.
  • Are they destined to be with each other because of this sign?
  • The era of leading a normal life was however destined to end at quite an early age.
  • We destined her to be of those who remained behind.
  • He was destined to spend the rest of his life associated with the parish.
  • Those who knew him well thought him destined to be a leader in whatever he undertook.
  • However, if they were destined to die before marriage, a skull would appear.
  • He soon came to believe he was destined to become President of the United States.
  • The first meeting seemed destined to succeed, for the individuals all had done their work well.
  • It's the kind of thing where you just know he's destined to become a movie star.
  • It was destined that I was to live and he was to die.
  • Having been born half griot, you can say he was destined for fame.
  • Burden's education was limited and she was probably destined to go into domestic service.
  • Italian soldiers carried their luggage into little houses of brick destined for them.
  • Bomber Command was destined to play no further large part in the war.
  • At first the young man wanted nothing to do with her, because it was known that she was destined for the king.
  • The clothing was taken away, destined to be re-used by German citizens.
  • He served while he played in the stadium he was destined to rebuild.
  • A shrine may include within its grounds several structures, each destined to a different purpose.
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How destine gets used

Meaning of destine

  • verb Decree or designate beforehand
    She was destined to become a great pianist