fatefully fatefully


  • (adv) in a prophetically fateful manner


  1. Auto crashes seem to be fatefully programmed into the character of the victims.
  2. Even those who had never read Camus became familiar with the chain-smoking figure in a trench coat, fatefully evocative of Bogart and Yves Montand.
  3. In retrospect, it seems clear that her ultimate quarrel was with her father, whom she fatefully resembled.



  1. Steinmeier said that Europe had always survived because its politicians did not only develop ideas, but had "also made clever decisions. Without meaning to overinflate the summit fatefully: such a moment stands before us now and people are expected...
    on Jun 12, 2007 By: Frank-Walter Steinmeier Source: Jurnalo (blog)

  2. "I fell in love with it. I thought it was amazing," Riabko said. "Fatefully, a month later there was a chance for me to meet with the director and a slot opened up. It was a very quick and exciting moment purely based on inspiration and a...
    on Feb 23, 2009 By: Kyle Riabko Source: Lansing State Journal

  3. "The general wanted to expand the war, and the president, fearful ofpossible military confrontations elsewhere, wanted to localize and then endit," Halberstam writes. "MacArthur had moved fatefully from being a militaryman, at least...
    on Sep 29, 2007 By: David Halberstam Source: Chicago Tribune

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