It felt like a moment that the clock of destiny was ticking towards from a long, long time back.
Laylah and her older sister, destiny, attended the school affiliated with Our Lady of Good Hope Roman Catholic Church.
The Romneys, who were sure that victory was their destiny, are emerging from their post-November recovery, writes John Avlon.
He was so possessed by his own destiny he would never allow his armies even a tactical retreat, which turned out to be disastrous.
The lesson of counterfactuals is that destiny often teeters on a narrow ledge.
It is the determination of destiny,—as it is your desire,—that I should kill the King!
Let me hear from your own lips the words that must decide my destiny.
This to an extent gives us control of our lives, of our destiny.
That graceful maiden is too lovely for any destiny meaner than a royal marriage.
To-morrow will determine if, as I cannot but believe, destiny has sent you to me at this important hour.
mid-14c., from Old French destinée (12c.) "purpose, intent, fate, destiny; that which is destined," noun use of fem. past participle of destiner, from Latin destinare "make firm, establish" (see destination). The sense is of "that which has been firmly established," as by fate.