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Meanings of Predesignated:

verb

To designate or specify in advance.

Meanings of Predesignates:

verb

To designate or specify in advance.

Meanings of Predesignating:

verb

To designate or specify in advance.

Meanings of Predesignation:

noun

The action of predesignating or (occasionally) predesigning (something); prior designation, appointment, or specification; an instance of this.

Predestinarian

prɪˌdɛstɪˈnɛːrɪən

Meanings of Predestinarian:

noun

A person who believes in the doctrine of predestination.

Usage examples:

There were predestinarians who believed in transmigration but who felt that every sentient being mu…
adjective

Upholding, affirming, or relating to the doctrine of predestination.

Usage examples:

Predestinarian theology

Meanings of Predestinate:

verb

Predestine.

Usage examples:

Because the great predestinating purpose of god is to conform us to the likeness of his son.
adjective

Predestined.

Usage examples:

But if we are among the elect, surely we shall rise from sin to fulfil god's predetermined purpose.…

Meanings of Predestinated:

verb

Predestine.

Usage examples:

Because the great predestinating purpose of god is to conform us to the likeness of his son.
adjective

Predestined.

Usage examples:

But if we are among the elect, surely we shall rise from sin to fulfil god's predetermined purpose.…

Meanings of Predestinately:

adverb

By predestination; inevitably.

Meanings of Predestinates:

verb

Predestine.

Usage examples:

Because the great predestinating purpose of god is to conform us to the likeness of his son.
adjective

Predestined.

Usage examples:

But if we are among the elect, surely we shall rise from sin to fulfil god's predetermined purpose.…

Meanings of Predestinating:

verb

Predestine.

Usage examples:

Because the great predestinating purpose of god is to conform us to the likeness of his son.
adjective

Predestined.

Usage examples:

But if we are among the elect, surely we shall rise from sin to fulfil god's predetermined purpose.…

Predestination

ˌpriː.des.tɪˈneɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Predestination:

noun

(in christian theology) the doctrine that god has ordained all that will happen, especially with regard to the salvation of some and not others. it has been particularly associated with the teachings of st augustine of hippo and of calvin.

Usage examples:

As we study today's text, it's tempting to invest the majority of our time dealing with the theolog…

Meanings of Predestinationism:

noun

Belief in predestination.

Meanings of Predestinationist:

noun

Predestinarian.

Meanings of Predestinative:

adjective

Of the nature of predestination; = "predestinating".

Meanings of Predestinator:

noun

A person who believes in or upholds the doctrine of predestination; = "predestinarian".

Meanings of Predestine:

verb

(of god) destine (someone) for a particular fate or purpose.

Usage examples:

Calvinists believed that every person was predestined by god to go to heaven or to hell

Predestined

ˌpriːˈdes.tɪnd

Meanings of Predestined:

adjective

(of an outcome or course of events) determined in advance by divine will or fate.

Usage examples:

Our predestined end
verb

(of god) destine (someone) for a particular fate or purpose.

Usage examples:

Calvinists believed that every person was predestined by god to go to heaven or to hell

Predestines

priːˈdɛstɪn

Meanings of Predestines:

verb

(of god) destine (someone) for a particular fate or purpose.

Usage examples:

Calvinists believed that every person was predestined by god to go to heaven or to hell

Meanings of Predestining:

verb

(of god) destine (someone) for a particular fate or purpose.

Usage examples:

Calvinists believed that every person was predestined by god to go to heaven or to hell

Predestiny

priːˈdɛstɪni

Meanings of Predestiny:

noun

The belief that all events are determined in advance by divine will or fate.

Usage examples:

What happens to us, and what we make happen to us, are tangled like predestiny and free will.

Meanings of Predeterminability:

noun

The quality of being predeterminable.

Meanings of Predeterminant:

noun

A predetermining factor, circumstance, etc.

adjective

Having the quality of predetermining something.

Meanings of Predetermination:

noun

The fact that something has been decided or arranged before it happens

Usage examples:

A predetermination of guilt denies the rights of defendants who are entitled to their day in court.…

Meanings of Predeterminative:

adjective

Having the quality of predetermining something; of, relating to, or of the nature of predetermination.

Predetermine

ˌpriː.dɪˈtɜː.mɪn

Meanings of Predetermine:

verb

Establish or decide in advance.

Usage examples:

Closed questions almost predetermine the response given

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