prospective fate

pro·spec·tive fate

the normal development by any part of the oocyte or embryo without interference.
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Meanwhile, the blue dragon Kirygosa, held captive in human form, has had to suffer from unspeakable experiments at the hands of Deathwing's lackeys, and has little more than her own will to fight back against a prospective fate worse than death
An idea occurs when reading about the prospective fates of Eugene's art deco post office, its modernist City Hall, or recent proposals for a new Pacific Northwest Arts Museum or Lane County History Museum.
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