Definition of Predetermines

1. Verb. (third-person singular of predetermine) ¹



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Definition of Predetermines

1. predetermine [v] - See also: predetermine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Predetermines

predestines
predestining
predestiny
predeterminaation
predeterminable
predeterminant
predeterminants
predeterminate
predetermination
predeterminations
predetermine
predetermined
predeterminedness
predeterminer
predeterminers
predetermines (current term)
predetermining
predeterminism
predevaluation
predevelopment
prediabetes
prediabeteses
prediabetic
prediabetics
prediagnosed
prediagnoses
prediagnosis
prediagnostic
predial
predialed

Literary usage of Predetermines

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1. Inorganic General, Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Theoretical and by Oscar Oldberg (1900)
"The presence of a strong base often predetermines the formation of an acid with which that base can form a salt, and the presence of a strong acid ..."

2. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"The law predetermines the probative effect of the fact, or instructs the judge to ... The law predetermines that from the fact of infancy, the incapacity of ..."

3. The History of European Philosophy: An Introductory Book by Walter Taylor Marvin (1917)
"For example, the idea in the mind of the sculptor predetermines the form of the statue, or the idea in the mind of the craftsman the outcome of his ..."

4. The History of European Philosophy: An Introductory Book by Walter Taylor Marvin (1917)
"For example, the idea in the mind of the sculptor predetermines the form of the statue, or the idea in the mind of the craftsman the outcome of his ..."

5. The Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity by John Hutton Balfour Browne (1875)
"Man is like a watch wound up by fate, to go for a season: he is made for -**Jgood or evil, by the past; and it is not the present that predetermines the ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1871)
"Alan is like a watch wound-up by fate, to go for a season ; he is made for good or evil, by the past; and it is not the present that predetermines the ..."

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