use preordaining in a sentence.
Hopefully researchers will let the data speak for itself without preordaining an outcome which the data must be made to conform to.
This stunning defeat causes another "helpful wave of indignation"  across the "homeland," preordaining a new US response.
I wrote earlier about how I thought much of Twitter's value came from not preordaining the way it should be used, the way Dodgeball did.
Would you go along with that or is that sort of preordaining something that is not a foregone conclusion?
I mean I agree with you, I think that's preordaining something that's not a forgone conclusion and even if Bush does survive the McCain challenge I still think that he will be somewhat weakened by it.