Putting things at the worst, at all events, as in meditation I so often did, any clouding of their innocence could only be-- blameless and foredoomed
as they were--a reason the more for taking risks.
Fraulein Anna, foredoomed
to a spinster's life, with her high cheek-bones and large misshapen nose, laid great stress upon character.
He was unaware of her gaze, and she watched him intently, speculating fancifully about the strange warp of soul that led him, a young man with signal powers, to fritter away his time on the writing of stories and poems foredoomed
to mediocrity and failure.
He saw that the walls were poorly sentineled, but they were sufficiently high to render an attempt to scale them foredoomed
But Kama knew the other was the better man, and thus, at the start, he was himself foredoomed
But he was foredoomed
, and he went down with the she-wolf tearing savagely at his throat, and with other teeth fixed everywhere upon him, devouring him alive, before ever his last struggles ceased or his last damage had been wrought.
With the matron's arrival the foredoomed
end of the flimsy false pretenses and the cruel delays had come.
The atmosphere of foredoomed
defeat in his own corner had no effect on him.
It was something as exciting in a way, and even touching in its foredoomed
futility, as the efforts at moral intercourse between the inhabitants of remote planets.
Wherever he went, this foredoomed
Tip appeared to take the prison walls with him, and to set them up in such trade or calling; and to prowl about within their narrow limits in the old slip-shod, purposeless, down-at-heel way; until the real immovable Marshalsea walls asserted their fascination over him, and brought him back.
They were foredoomed
to die, and they knew the truth.
The doctrine of reprobation was taught by Calvin, whose joy in it was somewhat marred by the sad sincerity of his conviction that although some are foredoomed
to perdition, others are predestined to salvation.