King was a fatalist, resigned to whatever happened, telling aides he had no choice in how he would die, or when.
It was only Fate after all, that I blamed, yet the fatalist is human.
He was a fatalist—saw leadings of Providence in every little thing.
If he was a fatalist, he was a fighting fatalist, and I am sure he believed in his fortune.
Though sufficiently reckless in my temperament, I have never been a fatalist.
I glance disdainfully at the fatalist whom I have refuted, and prepare again to lay down the first row of cards.
But Ortensia was a fatalist, like most Venetian maidens of her time.
It is bad to be a fatalist unless one has an incontrovertible belief in one's destiny,—which Hannah had not.
Sorrow and disappointment had made him a fatalist—he looked the part.
Her early, somewhat Bohemian training had made her something of a fatalist.
The belief that events are determined by an impersonal fate and cannot be changed by human beings. Fatalism is a form of determinism.