Examples from the Web for fatalism
The Middle East was the source of an uncharacteristic vibe at Davos: fatalism.Political Tensions Takes Center Stage at World Economic Forum|Daniel Gross|January 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This is in marked contrast to the fatalism you see in places like Russia and China, where partisanship is frowned upon.
Two conspicuous qualities of Carlylean doctrine flow from this fatalism, or poetised utilitarianism, or illumined positivity.Critical Miscellanies, Vol. I|John Morley
There may be some fatalism in me—but I'm impelled to use you in a great fight that I feel honor-bound to take up.The Landloper|Holman Day
Again something of his old manner returned; something of the stoic's fatalism flashed in his eye.The Last Shot|Frederick Palmer
No fatalism is long proof against the call of love and June.The Secret Witness|George Gibbs
Sinkings had reached an alarming height: a spirit almost of fatalism was permeating the sea-actions of some of our Service.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
British Dictionary definitions for fatalism
Word Origin and History for fatalism
Culture definitions for fatalism
The belief that events are determined by an impersonal fate and cannot be changed by human beings. Fatalism is a form of determinism.