fatidic


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  • adj

Synonyms for fatidic

of or relating to the foretelling of events by or as if by supernatural means

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The good judge did not mince his words and was more concerned with the law, which protected American citizens and their constitutional rights against self-incrimination, rather than what happened that fatidic day.
Can he really divorce his leadership role in the Syrian-dominated system from those fatidic years during which he headed the most important security agency in the country?
David Koresh and his followers, guided by their own fatidic perspective, seemingly distinguished themselves from ordinary Bible-study groups by developing a propensity for violence.
In the epithalamium, they chant about Achilles's future life while laboring at their threads, and their strophic hymn corresponds to the fatidic "twisting" (the Latin "torquere") which dictates the life-course of every human being.
Unbeknownst to each other, Sam Sharp just happens to fly in from Hollywood and Fanny Tarrant purposely misses her flight to Istanbul, at practically the same moment of the day, to break in on Eleanor and Adrian Ludlow's cottage near London's Gatwick Airport, and all this just happens to coincide with a third event of that same fatidic day, Princess Diana's dying in a motor accident in Paris.