Noun(1) the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention(2) a fixed and persistent intent or purpose(3) a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die
Verb(1) decree or ordain(2) determine by choice(3) leave or give by will after one's death
(1) It is usually a busy holiday weekend on the roads - but this year will be different.(2) I didn't go yet, but I will(3) This is a declaration of military intent, of the will to shed blood and tears for a fellow nation.(4) you'll need an iron will to do it(5) She says that her experience in care left her with a will and a means to destroy herself quietly for many years both physically and psychologically.(6) He is keen to cater to all and if requested will happily search out brands he doesn't already stock.(7) Examples of these different types of regimes will be given in the next section.(8) this house will cost you ├ö├®┬╝200,000(9) In fact, I will continue laying the table outside until everyone refuses to join me.(10) some people will become stronger, some people won't(11) This is an ideal taster before you rush out and buy the album - which you inevitably will .(12) will you give me a lift?(13) you will regret it when you are older(14) It is a necessary fact that animals will die and suffer in the pursuit of human betterment.(15) if you won't help, I will(16) You have to be very strong because you will get knockbacks and you'll have to reassess.
1. determination ::
2. desire ::
3. wish ::
4. testament ::
5. volition ::
6. tend to ::
7. want ::
8. decree ::
9. bequeath ::
10. leave ::
Different Formswill, willard, willed, willful, wills
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