Origin of foreordain
OTHER WORDS FROM foreordainfore·or·dain·ment, noun
How to use foreordain in a sentence
They're obviously foreordained to be reactionary if Romney wins.
Mitt Romney sailing merrily toward a Republican nomination that many considered foreordained is not exciting.Media Hype About Mitt Romney’s Iowa Showing Is Wrong|Peter Beinart|January 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We take it as our birthright to stumble upon the unexpected, improvised yet somehow foreordained fulfillment of our hopes.
The victory over death thus achieved by the foreordained Redeemer of the race was positively and abundantly foretold.The Vitality of Mormonism--Brief Essays|James E. Talmage
"I guess it was foreordained not to be," he admitted, in conclusion.Empire Builders|Francis Lynde
Society has a right to prevent the oncoming of new generations of foreordained criminals.The Meaning of Evolution|Samuel Christian Schmucker
But the time that was foreordained from the beginning of the world for the bursting-forth of my secret came at last.
They found that I was a foreordained and predestined victim, and industriously proceeded to make life miserable for me.Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt