willpower

[ wil-poh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF willpower

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His brother Laurence—wasted—all through women—atrophy of willpower!

I'm afraid you pride yourselves on a degree of willpower you never exercised.

The willpower is firm, and is combined with enterprise and perseverance.

Every possible care should be given to the development of the willpower of these children.

Even as a boy, he had a purpose, and willpower enough to carry it out.

Willpower, in order to preserve its energy, must be sustained and fixt.

And suddenly you flashed upon me a single glance; I felt it clash against my willpower.

If the lawful possessor of the body will confidently assert himself and use his own willpower no obsession can take place.

And the next day he had to use all his willpower to avoid seeing the scarred thumb.

But to be like Keith—all willpower, marching along, treading down his own feelings and weaknesses!

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