Pronunciation:  US [wɪl] UK [wɪl]
  • auxv.; Always;
  • modv.And talk about the future; the troubles people to do things with; command
  • n.The will will of wills; perseverance
  • v.Want to resolve; want to hope
  • WebWeir; will be
continence restraint self-command self-containment self-control self-discipline self-government self-mastery self-possession self-restraint willpower

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