c. 1300, from Old French destiner (12c.), from Latin destinare "make fast or firm, establish" (see destination). Originally in English of the actions of deities, fate, etc. Of human choices or actions, from early 16c. Related: Destined.
1. Induct electric power cable , shell up the destine length.
2. The cigarette love with match, destine to be hurt.
3. She feel she be destine to be unhappy for the rest of her life.