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fore·or·dain

 (fôr′ôr-dān′)
tr.v. fore·or·dained, fore·or·dain·ing, fore·or·dains
To determine or appoint beforehand; predestine.

fore′or·dain′ment, fore·or′di·na′tion (-ôr′dn-ā′shən) n.
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foreordain

(ˌfɔːrɔːˈdeɪn)
vb
(tr; may take a clause as object) to determine (events, results, etc) in the future
ˌforeorˈdainment, foreordination n
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fore•or•dain

(ˌfɔr ɔrˈdeɪn, ˌfoʊr-)

v.t.
1. to ordain or appoint beforehand.
2. to predestine; predetermine.
[1400–50]
fore`or•dain′ment, n.
fore`or•di•na′tion (-ɔr dnˈeɪ ʃən) n.
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foreordain


Past participle: foreordained
Gerund: foreordaining

Imperative
foreordain
foreordain
Present
I foreordain
you foreordain
he/she/it foreordains
we foreordain
you foreordain
they foreordain
Preterite
I foreordained
you foreordained
he/she/it foreordained
we foreordained
you foreordained
they foreordained
Present Continuous
I am foreordaining
you are foreordaining
he/she/it is foreordaining
we are foreordaining
you are foreordaining
they are foreordaining
Present Perfect
I have foreordained
you have foreordained
he/she/it has foreordained
we have foreordained
you have foreordained
they have foreordained
Past Continuous
I was foreordaining
you were foreordaining
he/she/it was foreordaining
we were foreordaining
you were foreordaining
they were foreordaining
Past Perfect
I had foreordained
you had foreordained
he/she/it had foreordained
we had foreordained
you had foreordained
they had foreordained
Future
I will foreordain
you will foreordain
he/she/it will foreordain
we will foreordain
you will foreordain
they will foreordain
Future Perfect
I will have foreordained
you will have foreordained
he/she/it will have foreordained
we will have foreordained
you will have foreordained
they will have foreordained
Future Continuous
I will be foreordaining
you will be foreordaining
he/she/it will be foreordaining
we will be foreordaining
you will be foreordaining
they will be foreordaining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been foreordaining
you have been foreordaining
he/she/it has been foreordaining
we have been foreordaining
you have been foreordaining
they have been foreordaining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been foreordaining
you will have been foreordaining
he/she/it will have been foreordaining
we will have been foreordaining
you will have been foreordaining
they will have been foreordaining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been foreordaining
you had been foreordaining
he/she/it had been foreordaining
we had been foreordaining
you had been foreordaining
they had been foreordaining
Conditional
I would foreordain
you would foreordain
he/she/it would foreordain
we would foreordain
you would foreordain
they would foreordain
Past Conditional
I would have foreordained
you would have foreordained
he/she/it would have foreordained
we would have foreordained
you would have foreordained
they would have foreordained
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.foreordain - foreordain by divine will or decree
theological system, theology - a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings; "Jewish theology"; "Roman Catholic theology"
predetermine - determine beforehand
2.foreordain - foreordain or determine beforehand
predetermine - determine beforehand
jinx - foredoom to failure; "This project is jinxed!"
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foreordain

verb
To determine the future of in advance:
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