Definition of 'fated'
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Only then could his deep self seek out that of the one woman fated to be his wife. THE BROKEN GOD (2002)He couldn't resist the sense that he was fated to be in the right place when opportunity opened up before him. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)An well; this was never fated to be a book distinguished by its tidiness. GALILEE (2002)
He was certain, after all, to be left alone, destined to do as he wished, fated to be happy. BARN BLIND (2002)
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British English: fated ADJECTIVE
If you say that a person is fated to do something, or that something is fated, you mean that it seems to have been decided by fate before it happens.
He was fated not to score.
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