Definition of fatefully in US English:

fatefully

adverb

  • See fateful

    • ‘As in most recovery narratives, the road to sobriety leads crookedly but fatefully to rehab.’
    • ‘Instead of favoring his father-in-law, he fatefully stated that his ultimate allegiance was with the nation and its people.’
    • ‘‘Nothing can go wrong now,’ he uttered fatefully.’
    • ‘He was simply - perhaps fatefully - less presidential than his opponent.’
    • ‘The story builds fatefully towards the final dinner party of the weekend.’