Fate [noun]

Definition of Fate:

predetermined course

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Sentence/Example of Fate:

In the near-term, that path forward will depend largely on the fate of the next wave of fiscal relief and covid-19 vaccine developments.

The State Department has expressed concern over the fate of two brothers from Chechnya who were arrested in Russia and returned to their homeland from which they fled.

So it seems Cuban’s attempt to stop playing the anthem will meet the same fate as others that came before it.

This wasn’t the first time my father had come across a timberdoodle that met its fate by flying into an NYC skyscraper.

Kansas City would add just one more field goal in the third quarter, sealing their fate in a 31-9 loss, the 11th-highest point differential in Super Bowl history.

The House voted on the fates of Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene, 23andMe will go public through a SPAC, and the Tokyo Olympics’ organizer is wrong about who chit-chats.

These two competing responses make determining a cloud’s ultimate fate tricky.

Our relationships, the way we’re governed and the fates of businesses large and small all hinge on algorithms understood by few and accountable to even fewer.

Many experts who study these trends worry the United States may face a similar fate.

Central to Khashoggi’s fate, as Fogel frames it, is the story of a young Saudi dissident, video blogger and activist named Omar Abdulaziz, living in exile in Montreal.