[ fawr-awr-deyn, fohr- ]
/ ˌfɔr ɔrˈdeɪn, ˌfoʊr- /
verb (used with object)
to ordain or appoint beforehand.
to predestine; predetermine.
preordain, predestine, foreshadow, predetermine, foretell, destine, reserve, foredoom, prearrange, preform
- forensic dentistry,
- forensic medicine,
- forensic psychiatry,
- forensic psychology,
Origin of foreordain
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Examples from the Web for foreordain
Even that "in it to win it" slogan had a strong odor of arrogance about it, as if it was atempting to foreordain an outcome.
/ (ˌfɔːrɔːˈdeɪn) /
(tr; may take a clause as object) to determine (events, results, etc) in the future
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