Will [noun]

Definition of Will:

personal choice

Opposite/Antonyms of Will:

Sentence/Example of Will:

“There really isn’t one thing” that caused all those different insect shapes to evolve, says Will.

And with some expressions of mutual good-will and interest, master and man separated.

Sleek finds it far harder work than fortune-making; but he pursues his Will-o'-the-Wisp with untiring energy.

For this use of the voice in the special service of will-power, or propelling force, it is necessary first to test its freedom.

The Marshals were inclined to attribute their disgrace to the ill-will of Berthier and not to the temper of Napoleon.

Gilbert was one of those petted individuals who carry the good-will of others by storm.

I hear a whip-poor-will away off somewhere in the distance, and it's too mournful a sound for my mood.

I was told that subsequent to that matter my will-o'-the-wisp was coming on here positively.

A testator may write his own will, indeed to do so would be a good test of will-making capacity.

This statement does not cover suffering caused to the wrong-doer by natural acts of mine which do not proceed from ill-will.