Definition of nolition
: adverse action of will : unwillingness —opposed to volition
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Origin and Etymology of nolition
probably from French, from Middle French, from Latin nolle not to will, to be unwilling (from ne- not + velle to will, wish, be willing) + Middle French -ition (as in volition)
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