[ UK /kˈɑːmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkɑɹmə/ ]
  1. (Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation
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How To Use karma In A Sentence

  • The captain continues the bitter commentary for a moment before calming himself down, saying he knows that Jenko wouldn't have wanted them to get angry about his death, and himself would have "rapped" to them about balance in the cosmos "and some nonsense about karma. Tomato Nation
  • If I am guessing right, this might just end up coming back to me in 'karma' fashion. Should I bring them or not?
  • Someday it may even be possible for the soul of a skeptical scientist to orbit into the empyrean, carrying his karma with him, looking for a suitable body to be born into!
  • The Karmarkar method starts in the inside of the polytope, then uses a technique called projective geometry to warp the whole structure, again and again, in effect changing the shape of the polytope, over and over, until the best solution is achieved. Economic Principals
  • The Indian media, quoting unnamed security sources, have reported concerns that the Karmapa could be a Chinese stooge sent to India from Tibet to set up pro-Chinese monasteries. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • That divine spirit whose course is marked with black and white stains, who is the supporter of fire, and who, though free from sin, is the accomplisher of desired karma, whom the wise regard as a great Rishi, is the fire Kapila, the propounder of the Yoga system called The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1 Books 1, 2 and 3
  • Yet, with this effort falling flat, somehow I feel like life has settled into a loose conjunction with all things kismet, karma, and generally astrologically-aligned.
  • I guess his being shot by a left winger is some kind of karma. Think Progress » Despite Claiming That She Never Called Obama ‘Anti-American,’ Bachmann Now Brags About How She Did
  • Apple's iPod has largely been responsible for the problems now faced by Sirius and XM -- problems which have been acerbated by the irresponsible over-spending on programming by Sirius's CEO Karmazin, who should not be bailed out by the FCC by allowing the merger. Charles Warner: My Hyperbole Was Wrong
  • Indian media had initially carried reports that the Karmapa could be a Chinese agent sent to India to become a leader of exiled Tibetan Buddhists who have made their home there. The Seattle Times
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