Preordain
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British pronunciation/pɹɪɔːdˈeɪn/
American pronunciation/ˌpɹiɔɹˈdeɪn/
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to decide or establish something in advance, especially by divine authority or an inevitable course of events

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God preordains the destiny of every soul.
Her supporters argued new opportunities were not preordained but opened through hard work.
It seemed their relationship had been preordained from the moment they first met.
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