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Correct spelling:
will
Definition:
Willing.

What does the acronym will stand for?

WILL abbreviation definitions:
–  William
–  Women in Law Leadership

Synonyms:

noun
backbone
heart, pluck, steadfastness, tenacity, fortitude, grit, stamina, toughness, spunk, intestinal fortitude, guts, moral fiber, courage, hardihood, firmness, will, nerve, mettle.
cognition
will.
command
act, precept, grip, command, devoir, regulation, prescript, grasp, responsibility, dictation, control, mastery, direction, ban, authority, domination, warrant, injunction, imperative, behest, bidding, requirement, prowess, edict, supremacy, proscription, charge, prohibition, discipline, fiat, word, subpoena, duty, obligation, commission, ordinance, adjuration, summons, commandment, dictate, interdiction, proclamation, sovereignty, call, sway, caveat, ultimatum, exaction, imposition, writ, reign, power, requisition, dictum, hold, management, government, mandate, notification, enactment, canon, law, rule, citation, coordination.
courage
heart.
desire
longing, craving, salacities, Propensities, indifference, doting, yearning, prurience, pruriency, inclination, libidinousness, lustfulness, salacity, disposition, pleasure.
free will
discretion, autocracy, option, volition, determination, spontaneity, responsibility, free will.
hardihood
stoutness.
intention
expectation, forecast, approach, choice, procedure, prospectus, strategy, aim, ambition, scenario, wish, idea, goal, object, scheme, endeavor, plan, consideration, intention, proposal, agenda, schedule, policy, forethought, calculation.
liking
favoritism, Palates.
resolve
fixed purpose.
say-so
say-so, say so.
seriousness
gravitas.
strength
hardihood.
testament
earnests, exemplification, exemplifications.
voice
Re-presentation, right of free speech.
vote
plebiscite, plebiscites, secret ballot, show of hands, yes or no.
will
decree, option, hankering, decisiveness, resolve, yearning, insistence, device, discipline, feeling, intention, appetite, bequeath, pleasure, inclination, heritage, inheritance, longing, discretion, self-restraint, temperament, aim, craving, character, power, disposition, bequest, prerogative, preference, attitude, leave, resolution, testament, urge, passion, desire, self-control, order, pining, purpose, velleity, willfulness, self-discipline, wishes, conviction, directions, volition, bestowal, liking, mind, determination, shall, legacy, instructions, fancy, willpower, estate, design, wish, declaration, property, heart's desire, decision, dispensation.
willpower
self-discipline, fixity, fixities.
word
ukase, word.
verb
bequeath
bestow, grant, hand down, endow, commit, transmit, entrust, impart, leave to, hand on.
choose
glean, finger, commit oneself, adopt, wish for, take, cast, accept, fix on, sift out, winnow, name, discriminate between, designate, single out, separate, predestine, call for, favor, sort, tab, judge, opt for, weigh, set aside, tap, tag, espouse, appoint, take up, make up one's mind, feel disposed to, embrace, co-opt, make choice, draw lots, love, extract, settle upon, cull, slot, excerpt, make decision.
cognition
will.
communication
will.
contribute
dole out, afford, present, give, chip in, sweeten the kitty, supply, go Dutch, accord, give away, dispense, bequeath, sacrifice, share, proffer, pony up, pitch in, come through, enrich, dower, tender, devote, assign, furnish, subscribe, kick in, add, subsidize, ante up, hand out.
give
contribute.
will
cut off, please, see fit, devise, decide on, transfer, determine, be inclined, disinherit, enjoin, command, have a mind to, bid, Disherit, intend, like, confer, incline, direct, legate, prefer, ordain, probate, want, crave, effect, demand, exert, insist, opt, bring about, elect, pass on, request, authorize, leave.
Examples of usage:
  1. Will this do for you? – The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  2. That man will never come back. – The Voodoo Gold Trail by Walter Walden
  3. And then will you tell us? – Daddy Takes Us Skating by Howard R. Garis
  4. Will I tell ye? – From the Valley of the Missing by Grace Miller White
  5. You will talk to me, will you? – The Mountain Divide by Frank H. Spearman
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