• (noun): An event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future.
    Synonyms: destiny
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fate:

Man's Fate - Film Adaptations
... Three attempts have been made to adapt Man's Fate as a motion picture ... The first involved Fred Zinnemann, who spent three years preparing his film version of Man's Fate before the producing studio, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, cancelled the production one week ... he would create a film version of Man's Fate but the project remains unrealized ...
Mercyful Fate (EP)
... Mercyful Fate is the first official release of Danish heavy metal band Mercyful Fate ... It is also known as Nuns Have No Fun, the "first album" or the "EP" ...
Fate, Texas - Education
... Fate is served by the Rockwall Independent School District in the northern and western portions of the city and the Royse City Independent School District in the ... Royse City ISD provides two campuses in Fate Miss May Vernon Elementary School and Harry H Herndon Intermediate School ...
John Adams (Confederate Army Officer) - Civil War Career
... He was perfectly conscious and knew his fate ... thanked them, and in answer to our expressions of sorrow at his sad fate, he said, 'It is the fate of a soldier to die for his country,' and expired ...
Melissa (Mercyful Fate Album) - Touring
... In December 1983, Mercyful Fate was booked to support Ozzy Osbourne in Copenhagen, but due to an illness on Ozzy's part, the show was canceled ... Originally, 11 shows were booked, but it turned out that Mercyful Fate would only play one ... When Mercyful Fate's crew arrived at the venue with their equipment at 200pm as agreed, Manowar's tour manager told them to leave the gear in the street until Manowar were finished with their soundcheck ...

More definitions of "fate":

  • (noun): The ultimate agency that predetermines the course of events (often personified as a woman).
    Synonyms: Destiny

Famous quotes containing the word fate:

    Fate forces its way to the powerful and violent. With subservient obedience it will assume for years dependency on one individual: Caesar, Alexander, Napoleon, because it loves the elemental human being who grows to resemble it, the intangible element. Sometimes, and these are the most astonishing moments in world history, the thread of fate falls into the hands of a complete nobody but only for a twitching minute.
    Stefan Zweig (18811942)

    This generation is very sure to plant corn and beans each new year precisely as the Indians did centuries ago and taught the first settlers to do, as if there were a fate in it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    However diligent she may be, however dedicated, no mother can escape the larger influences of culture, biology, fate . . . until we can actually live in a society where mothers and children genuinely matter, ours is an essentially powerless responsibility. Mothers carry out most of the work orders, but most of the rules governing our lives are shaped by outside influences.
    Mary Kay Blakely (20th century)