Definition of will:
- That faculty of the mind by which we determine either to do or forbear to do; the faculty which is exercised in deciding, among two or more objects, which we shall embrace or pursue, or the power of self- determination and self- conduct; the act of willing; choice; determination; discretion; pleasure; command; direction; disposition; inclination; desire; power; divine determination; moral purpose or counsel; arbitrary disposal; the disposition of a man's estate, to take effect after his death. Good- will, favour; kindness. Ill- will, enmity; unfriendliness. To have one's will, to obtain what is desired. At will, at the will or mere pleasure of another.
- To determine; to decide in the mind that something shall be done or forborne; to command; to direct; to wish; to desire; to disposo of estate and effects by testament; an auxiliary verb, and a sign of the future tense, admitting of different significations in the different persons.
Common misspellings for will:
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- desiring peace; will helmet, protection
Will as a boy's name is a variant of Wilfred (Old English), William (Old German), Willie (English) and Willis (Old English), and the meaning of Will is "desiring peace; will helmet, protection". See also Bill.
- Wil, Willy, Willi.
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Quotes for will:
I understood that the will could not be improved before the mind had been enlightened. - Johann Heinrich Lambert
Rhymes for will:
- abril, bastille, belleville, brazil, demille, distil, distill, fulfill, goodwill, instill, refill, seville, sunil, until, uphill.
- bil, bill, brill, chill, dill, drill, fil, fill, fril, frill, gil, gill, grill, grille, hill, hille, il, ill, jil, jill, krill, lil, lill, lille, mil, mill, mille, nil, nill, phil, pil, pill, prill, quill, rill, shill, shrill, sil, sill, skill, spill, stil, still, swill, thill, thrill, til, till, trill, twill, ville, we'll, wil, zil, zill.
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