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destined

[des-tind]
adjective
1.
bound for a certain destination: a freighter destined for the Orient.
2.
ordained, appointed, or predetermined to be or do something.
3.
liable, planning, or intending to be or do something.

Origin:
1590–1600; destine + -ed2

undestined, adjective
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destined (ˈdɛstɪnd)
 
adj
1.  foreordained or certain; meant: he is destined to be famous
2.  (usually foll by for) heading (towards a specific destination); directed: a letter destined for Europe

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destine
c.1300, from Fr. destiner (12c.), from L. 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.
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