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foreordinate (verb), foreordinates; foreordinated; foreordinating
1. To appoint beforehand: The president of the university foreordinated a new dean in anticipation of the early retirement of the current dean at the end of the academic year.
2. To predetermine or to predestine: The fortune teller at the local medieval fair enjoyed foreordinating the marital bliss of young people who visited her booth.
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