Examples from the Web for fatalist
King was a fatalist, resigned to whatever happened, telling aides he had no choice in how he would die, or when.
But Mordecai is not a fatalist whose creed paralyses his energies.Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther|Walter Adeney
This tradition has been made the subject of a romantic story entitled ‘Chartley, or the Fatalist.’The Ghost World|T. F. Thiselton (Thomas Firminger Thiselton) Dyer
Clark, as I have said, was a fatalist, though he had no religion.Donald McElroy, Scotch Irishman|Willie Walker Caldwell
The fatalist was heard to cast into the night the mysterious words, 'We are agreed.'
He seems to have become a misanthrope, and a fatalist like myself.Erema|R. D. Blackmore
British Dictionary definitions for fatalist
Derived Formsfatalist, nounfatalistic, adjectivefatalistically, adverb
Culture definitions for fatalist
The belief that events are determined by an impersonal fate and cannot be changed by human beings. Fatalism is a form of determinism.