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The synonyms of “Predetermined” are: preset, prearranged, arranged in advance, established in advance, set, fixed, agreed, settled, predestined, preordained, foreordained, fated
Predetermined as an Adjective
Definitions of "Predetermined" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “predetermined” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Established or decided in advance.
- (of an outcome or course of events) determined in advance by divine will or fate; predestined.
- Set in advance.
Synonyms of "Predetermined" as an adjective (12 Words)
|Discussed or negotiated and then accepted by all parties.
All the republics are agreed on the necessity of a common defence policy.
|arranged in advance
|Deliberately arranged for effect.
|established in advance
|Introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation.
|(usually followed by `to’) determined by tragic fate.
Fated to be the scene of Kennedy s assassination.
|Of a number having a fixed and unchanging value.
A fixed piece of wood.
|Established or prearranged unalterably.
His place in history was foreordained.
|Arranged or agreed upon in advance.
Did she have a prearranged meeting.
|Established or prearranged unalterably.
Our predestined end.
|(of an outcome or course of action) decided or determined beforehand; predestined.
A divinely preordained plan of creation.
|(of a setting on a device) adjusted or applied in advance.
The water is heated quickly to a preset temperature.
|Set down according to a plan.
With eyes set in a fixed glassy stare.
|Inhabited by colonists.
Usage Examples of "Predetermined" as an adjective
- I had come to believe life was random chaos, not a predetermined path.
- At a predetermined time.
- A predetermined level of spending.
Associations of "Predetermined" (30 Words)
When we assess animal intelligence we tend to take a very anthropocentric view.
|Act as a forerunner or precursor of.
It was anticipated that the rains would slow the military campaign.
|Give a bias to.
The bias towards younger people in recruitment.
|A prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own.
A racist bigot.
|The intolerance and prejudice of a bigot.
The difficulties of combating prejudice and bigotry.
|(of words or language) rude and abusive.
He picked some choice early plums.
|Pick out select or choose from a number of alternatives.
I always choose the fish over the meat courses in this restaurant.
|An exclusive group of people.
She was Mama s chosen.
|The amount by which a propagating wave is bent.
His volley took a deflection off a United defender.
|Containing or implying a slight or showing prejudice.
A discriminatory tax.
|A strong belief that something will happen or be the case.
I sat down in expectation of a feast of nostalgia.
|The practice of being unjust or unfair.
Brooding over life s injustices.
|Give (someone) false or inaccurate information.
I m afraid you have been misinformed.
|Made narrow; limited in breadth.
A narrowed view of the world.
|Available to be chosen but not obligatory.
A wide range of optional excursions is offered.
|A predisposition to like something.
Miller s partiality for flowering shrubs is evident.
|The appearance of viewed objects with regard to their relative position, distance from the viewer, etc.
The theory and practice of perspective.
|Attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground for example.
He picked a match out of the box.
|Indicate by signs.
The eclipses portend some major events.
|An opinion formed beforehand without adequate evidence.
He did not even try to confirm his preconceptions.
|Of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions.
Predictive typing allows you to type faster.
|Of or involving preference or partiality; constituting a favour or privilege.
A preferential shop gives priority or advantage to union members in hiring or promoting.
|Give rise to prejudice in someone make biased.
Prejudice against people from different backgrounds.
|Emanating from a person’s emotions and prejudices.
A prejudiced judge.
|To cause (a person) to be preoccupied with or by a feeling, notion, etc.; to preoccupy with or by; to imbue, inspire, or affect strongly beforehand.
A prepossessing appearance.
|The head of a religious order in an abbey the prior is next below the abbot.
He had no juvenile record no priors.
|A mental picture of a future or anticipated event.
Norwich s unbeaten heavyweight prospect.
|Make shallow incisions in (the skin), especially as a medical procedure or traditional cosmetic practice.
|A person with sexist views.
I want to make it clear that I m certainly not a sexist.
|Purpose the phrase with a view to means with the intention of or for the purpose of.
Strong political views.