[ UK /kˈɪsmɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈkɪzmɪt/ ]
  1. (Islam) the will of Allah
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How To Use kismet In A Sentence

  • Without a college degree, this son of a single parent built a real estate empire with tremendous fortitude, business and political savvy, and a healthy dose of kismet.
  • Bof mah gurlz iz yongur den him, an Kismet, she a vary assurtiv kitteh, she whaps him and yellz at hims if him luk at her wrongz. INVISIBLE ONION AND KNIFE - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Time was running out once again, and his family's kismet rested on him.
  • His time spent at some of the better Boston area restaurants under the tutelage of some well-respected chef-icons would also prove to be nothing short of kismet.
  • No one and nothing was supposed to interfere with the path kismet laid upon a human being.
  • That evening, the feeling returned -- what I called kismet yesterday. Smorgasbord
  • Revisionists have suggested that the admiral's dying words were actually "Kismet, Hardy."
  • I'd like to tell you that kismet brought two people together, got them to talking and sparked a wild, Mexican tryst.
  • That's fate , kismet, and we're back in the world of fantasy.
  • Ever since I read The Magic Mountain, sanitariums not rehabs! have had a romantic draw for me, and, too, it was appealing, after all, to have a firm destination, to not rely entirely on kismet, which isn't always so reliable, this being one of the drawbacks of kismet. Wake Up, Sir!
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