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at will

Definition of at will

  1. :  when someone wants or in a way that someone wants <She is free to come and go at will.> <The soldiers were told to fire at will.>



Word by Word Definitions

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  1. :  desire, wish

    : used to express desire, choice, willingness, consent, or in negative constructions refusal

    : used to express frequent, customary, or habitual action or natural tendency or disposition

  1. : :  desire, wish: as

    :  disposition, inclination

    :  appetite, passion

  1. :  to order or direct by a will

    :  to dispose of by or as if by a will :  bequeath

    :  to determine by an act of choice


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