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Examples from the Web for fatalistic
Some of his preciousness is a veneer, however, for his fatalistic streak.Ralph Fiennes Discusses ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ J. Lo, and That ‘Seinfeld’ Episode|Marlow Stern|March 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Starks are fatalistic, duty-bound, honorable but kind of unsophisticated.
And there has always been corruption—and earnest, fatalistic declarations from leaders saying how difficult it was to end it.
Despite its fatalistic title, which suggests divine retribution, Nemesis is a realistic novel, not a parable.
To insist upon the power of heredity was once considered to indicate a fatalistic pessimism.The Task of Social Hygiene|Havelock Ellis
While on the west of Jordan there is a fatalistic disposition, these men move.Judges and Ruth|Robert A. Watson
"I'm not altogether a free agent," Frederick replied with a faint, fatalistic smile.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann
Andrea's fatalistic view of life aids him in escaping the poignancy of remorse.Selections from the Poems and Plays of Robert Browning|Robert Browning
Such are the views of the second class of writers, who consider only the fatalistic and tragic side of war.The Kingdom of God is Within You, What is Art|Lyof N. Tolstoi
British Dictionary definitions for fatalistic
Derived forms of fatalismfatalist, nounfatalistic, adjectivefatalistically, adverb
Culture definitions for fatalistic
The belief that events are determined by an impersonal fate and cannot be changed by human beings. Fatalism is a form of determinism.