willfulness

[ wil-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF willfulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WILLFULNESS

Is my niece accounting for her willfulness in staying at home this morning?

Freedom in this form is only willfulness, because devoid of an inward law.

Don't you realize what the judge will say when I show up your willfulness?

Because of our ignorance, our indifference, and our willfulness.

And then I knew how heavily Carrie's willfulness had weighed on that patient heart.

He has all her charm and her willfulness, with the iron will and talent of his father.

Nevertheless, there was nothing either small or petty in her willfulness.

Her own willfulness had brought her to this pass; she faced that uncompromisingly.

It surely is that which "willfulness, conceit, and egotism" find hardest to endure.

That willfulness of his had pleased Lady Sellingworth more than anything had pleased her for a very long time.

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