use predestined in a sentence.
WoW + RM:AH = Titanthat poor game's so predestined to be a blatant cash whore, almost makes you feel bad for it
To add a bit to this, the Puritans believed that earthly success was a sign of one being predestined to eternal salvation.
There are people who believe people are predestined and struck in stone, and that there are good people and bad people, and that if someone is bad or lazy or has bad characteristics there's nothing that can be done, it's just who they are.
The longer explanation - everything is connected not because it is predestined, but because by a cause and effect.
Edit: I should say though I completely agree (about everything except the predestined part), people need to keep an eye out and know what they want, and not just physical qualities.
I think the lie told is not one of predestined love, but of perfect love.
It's not "predestined love" alone - it's also willingness to actually work on that relationship.
Not belittling their achievements, but parts of the backstory make it seem like Google was predestined.
But back to the dichotomy: I have no reason to believe Fujimoto was predestined for sushi.