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fatalistic
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Moby Dick
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  • Then Captain and crew become practical fatalists.
  • As the frantic old man thus spoke and thus trampled with his live and dead feet, a sneering triumph that seemed meant for Ahab, and a fatalistic despair that seemed meant for himself—these passed over the mute, motionless Parsee’s face.

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  • She doesn’t worry about such things. She has a fatalistic attitude.
  • My attitude was becoming more and more fatalistic and hopeless.
    Scott Pratt  --  An Innocent Client

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