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fatalistic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfatalisticfa‧tal‧is‧tic /ˌfeɪtlˈɪstɪk◂/ adjective  PREVENTbelieving that there is nothing you can do to prevent events from happeningfate a fatalistic approach to lifefatalistically /-kli/ adverb
Examples from the Corpus
fatalisticEmma was fatalistic about her future.The fatalistic apathy that this creates becomes a part of the induced passivity that I have seen in thousands of illiterate adults.An unfamiliar note of fatalistic caution.Her ongoing ordeal is hardly a picnic, but her fatalistic humor gets her through.They get the argument out of a tight corner, and make for a less fatalistic scenario.Graduates who attend them seem to be becoming increasingly fatalistic that they will go away empty-handed.This ambivalence may regress into a fatalistic view of herself and her future.
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