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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

References in classic literature ?
They'll have children, they won't be able to keep us; it's a drag on them as it is.
Why, they'll cast it up to the little un, as isn't four 'ear old, some day--they'll cast it up t' her as she'd a cousin tried at the 'sizes for murder.
But if they have not the map, which is possible, and if we start to dig where the professor's memory tells him is the right spot, we'll only give them the tip, and they'll dig there also.
They will think, if they haven't the map, that we are proceeding by it, and they'll dig, too.
They'll keep the sun out of my eyes while I'm plowing the Fifty-Acre Field.
Of course they ain't never been under fire yet, and it ain't likely they'll lick the hull rebel army all-to-oncet the first time; but I think they'll fight better than some, if worse than others.
They'll hold me up as long as I've got a punch left in my arms, and I always have that.
And if they don't get me a name for wisdom, they'll not fail to get me one for ingenuity.
If they fire at each other without effect, then they'll draw, and go to work in earnest.
But I know they'll none of 'em take my chany," she added, turning toward the cups and saucers, "for they all found fault with 'em when I bought 'em, 'cause o' the small gold sprig all over 'em, between the flowers.
First, they'll smash us up--ships, machines, guns, cities, all the order and organisa- tion.
After a week or so chasing about the fields and lands on empty stomachs, they'll come and be caught cheerful.
The tame ones will go like all tame beasts; in a few genera- tions they'll be big, beautiful, rich-blooded, stupid--rubbish
I dare say they'll be angry, but every man must do what he thinks to be the best for his country.
The fellow Mancunian, 55, who stars in Rise Of The Footsoldier 3, tells me: "I think they'll both need about three more wives, three more divorces, and a few more kids before they'll finally make up.