Fatalistic [adjective]

Definition of Fatalistic:

expecting bad outcome

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Sentence/Example of Fatalistic:

I may be angry at incompetent political leadership, but when I see people gathered without masks in restaurants or bars, or in pools or at the beach, it is easier just to be fatalistic.

Those who refused to wear masks and take other basic precautions sometimes cited pseudoscience, but often, they were simply fatalistic.

There’s a strange, fatalistic comfort in that, just as it’s comforting to have a fall marathon on the horizon—even when it’s just a castle in the air.

There’s a reason Chargers fans are a jittery, fatalistic bunch.

Superstitious and fatalistic, like so many superior men, she had no sincere belief except in occult sciences.

A fatalistic determinist denies the category of the contingent or possible.

It is one thing to the apathetic, fatalistic Turk, and quite another matter to an energetic, nervous American.

Beatrice is bidden to go on her way, but stands riveted to the spot by a fatalistic impulse to realise her dream.

Even the doctor, who accepted him with fatalistic calm, confessed alarm.

Now you know why I didnt want to see you, said Bob, in that even fatalistic voice.