willfully

[ wil-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF willfully

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If Bill had been caught napping, he must have willfully gone to sleep.

But the spirit of jest made the boss reckless and willfully disobedient.

But the being who willfully creates pain and evil cannot be benevolent.

We were like sheep, blindly, willfully following an unwise leader.

So, never even question again if I could hurt you willfully.

I have never done you any wrong—not wittingly and willfully, at any rate.

Only that the accounts seem to have been willfully tangled up.

So in this case, whatever was said by the defendant must have been "willfully" said.

You are too good to willfully deceive any one to their harm.

To do this willfully, deliberately, in the chase after mere pleasure, is not a small sin.

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