And when he failed, the whole system was destined to fail, because he was the system.
All of us are destined to live our lives between those two extremes.
No, this brief delay must be a sign that the implementation of the Affordable Care Act is destined to result in abject failure.
In any case, the 2010 Senate race is destined to be a vicious battle regardless of the challenger.
Obamacare was destined to be plagued with a lot of unintended consequences and hard cases.
These hopes were destined to be fulfilled in the larger McGill of our day.
But Narcissus himself was destined to fall in love with a shadow.
It was thus that in future all was destined to be burned behind him.
I was, however, destined to be attacked in a quarter from which I should not have expected it.
Of those who took the new route, a part were destined for California.
c.1300, from Old French destiner (12c.), from Latin destinare "make fast or firm, establish" (see destination). Originally in English of the actions of deities, fate, etc. Of human choices or actions, from early 16c. Related: Destined.