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See definition of willed on Dictionary.com
  • as inhereditary
  • as inuncompelled
  • as inunforced
  • as involuntary
  • as inwillful

synonyms for willed

  • genetic
  • inborn
  • transmitted
  • ancestral
  • bequeathed
  • family
  • genealogical
  • handed-down
  • heritable
  • inbred
  • inheritable
  • inherited
  • lineal
  • maternal
  • paternal
  • patrimonial
  • traditional
  • transmissible
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antonyms for willed

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  • acquired
      • forced
      • involuntary
      • obligatory
      • unwilling
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      How to use willed in a sentence

      “Mom was very strong-willed, like people of her generation,” Short said.
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      The latter path is only for the free-willed and adventurous, especially in small-town India, where dating is a fairly new social phenomenon that carries a lot of stigma.
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      She dressed always in black, was very devout and rich and narrow and iron-willed.
      THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
      But Providence willed it otherwise; for Mr. Sleek suddenly entered his conservatory in a state of considerable excitement.
      THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME II (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
      God willed that the Holy Ghost should dispense his influences for carrying into effect the purposes of mercy.
      THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
      Misfortune, Fatality, had willed that a drop of water thicker than the surrounding medium should pass through one of the mollusks.
      URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
      Her cold hand lay upon its mouth, and her head upon its body, for she was too far gone to move if she had willed to do so.
      A LADY OF QUALITYFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
      Mary might have reigned many years in the course of nature, but the course of grace willed it otherwise.
      FOX'S BOOK OF MARTYRSJOHN FOXE
      The country was strong for coercion, but recruits were hard to raise; it willed the end but not the means.
      THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
      He must carry this secret all the rest of his life—he must be strong-willed enough so that Homeport would never know.
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      WORDS RELATED TO WILLED

      • ancestral
      • bequeathed
      • family
      • genealogical
      • genetic
      • handed-down
      • heritable
      • inborn
      • inbred
      • inheritable
      • inherited
      • lineal
      • maternal
      • paternal
      • patrimonial
      • traditional
      • transmissible
      • transmitted
      • willed
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