Fate and Weird sisters


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Fate noun – A state or end that seemingly has been decided beforehand.
Weird sisters and fate are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Weird sisters" instead a noun "Fate".
Nearby Words: fated, fateful
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Weird sisters

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Fate and weird sisters are semantically related. Sometimes you can replace term "Fate" with "Weird sisters", this terms are similar.
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  • The Weird Sisters When the Weird Sisters are more specifically embodying or invoking the goddesses of fate, they will be equipped with spinning or weaving tools.
  • Myth / Celtic Mythology Voluntary Shapeshifting The Weird Sisters: The Irish goddess of war and fate known as the Morrígan is sometimes described as just one of three sisters collectively called 'the Morrígna'.
  • Literature / The Tale of Norna-Gest The Weird Sisters: At Nornagest's birth, his father invites three seeresses to foretell Nornagest's fate; of these the two elder ones make good predictions but the youngest curses the baby.
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