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Synonyms for will

Synonyms for will

the mental faculty by which one deliberately chooses or decides

Synonyms

a desire for a particular thing or activity

unrestricted freedom to choose

to have the desire or inclination to

to give (property) to another person after one's death

Synonyms for will

the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention

a fixed and persistent intent or purpose

a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die

decree or ordain

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determine by choice

leave or give by will after one's death

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It'll be no use their putting their heads down and saying "Come up again, dear
And it'll fetch things when you throw them, and it'll sit up and beg for its dinner, and all sorts of things--I can't remember half of them--and it belongs to a farmer, you know, and he says it's so useful, it's worth a hundred pounds
It'll be more fun here now, with that kid 'round, than movin'-picture shows, every day
repeated Nancy, indignantly, "I guess it'll be somethin' more than fun for that blessed child--when them two tries ter live tergether; and I guess she'll be a-needin' some rock ter fly to for refuge.
I know you can do without it, but it'll give me so much happiness.
In a year I buy her free again; she'll keep that in mind, and it'll reconcile her.
You're right; play it on us, too; play it on us same as the others; it'll keep you in practice and prevent you making blunders.
It may be a smart to her now, but it'll save her pain i' th' end.
However, it'll take us into the Fourth Square, that's some comfort
I bought a wagon from the Kenwood blacksmith-- so-so, but it'll do--for forty-five dollars.
I doubt it'll stand in her way i' life to be so brown.
Sitch a rabbit pie, Bill,' exclaimed that young gentleman, disclosing to view a huge pasty; 'sitch delicate creeturs, with sitch tender limbs, Bill, that the wery bones melt in your mouth, and there's no occasion to pick 'em; half a pound of seven and six-penny green, so precious strong that if you mix it with biling water, it'll go nigh to blow the lid of the tea-pot off; a pound and a half of moist sugar that the niggers didn't work at all at, afore they got it up to sitch a pitch of goodness,--oh no
Cut me off a piece of that pie, one of you boys, to take the taste of that out of my mouth, or it'll choke me dead.
I think it'll be all out attack from both sides, which is great.
5 billion breakup fee it'll get from Halliburton after the two called off their merger.