fatalist

Part of speech: noun

A believer in fatalism.

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Usage examples "fatalist":

  1. So you see, reader, that it is fore- ordained, for I am a good deal of a fatalist, that one of the ingredients of civilized society should be a certain proportion of poor miserable devils, such as you and I both know. - "An Old Sailor's Yarns", Nathaniel Ames.
  2. I can't help being a fatalist." - "The Inside of the Cup, Volume 5", Winston Churchill.
  3. In any such sense anybody is a fatalist who believes in a relation between cause and effect. - "Studies in Literature", John Morley.