foredoom[fôr do̵̅o̅m′; for n. fôr′do̵̅o̅m′]
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to doom in advance; condemn beforehand
Archaic a sentence or judgment in advance; destiny
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transitive verb fore·doomed, fore·doom·ing, fore·dooms
To doom or condemn beforehand.