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Noun
The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action
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“He had an innate will to push on in the face of adversity.”
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The ability or right to make one's own decisions without interference from others
“There was nothing good done in his reign, that was not done against his will.”
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The thing that one desires or ordains
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“It was Cersei's will that Joffrey was crowned King despite his repugnant personality.”
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A deliberate or fixed desire or intention
“Her near-death experience has left her with a will to always live life to the fullest.”
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A legal document with instructions on the distribution of one's resources after death
“In light of his failing health, he decided that it was time to put together his will.”
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One's conscious intent or volition
“It is my will to live as a recluse, free from the constraints of convention.”
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One's thought processes
“Left-brain decision-makers tend to be logical, analytical, and objective in their will.”
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Mental strength, endurance or fortitude
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A particular opinion or attitude expressed
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Lechery, lustfulness, the state of being libidinous
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A person's moral or emotional nature or sense of identity
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A tendency or disposition to do something or behave in a certain way
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Something that makes a process or activity happen or happen more quickly
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The tendency to undergo change, characteristic of both animal and vegetable organisms, and not restrained or checked by the environment
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Seriousness in bearing or manner
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To choose to do
“Do what you will as it matters not to me.”
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To give, especially by way of a will after one's passing
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“He would will his estate to his children.”
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To wish or desire for
“Say what you will about his personality, but you have to admit his methods produce results.”
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Expressing inevitable events
“The facts will often speak for themselves.”
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To (attempt to) mentally cause to happen
“Fans would do their best to will their team to victory.”
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To be a certainty or very likely
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To provide with money, funds or finances
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To determine the future or the fate of something in advance
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To feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that is not currently in existence
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To reach a decision or recommendation
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To cause someone to do something, usually against their inclinations
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