Pride and self-will were at work; their vows and promises were false.
self-will is, from the religious point of view, the form of all temptation.
Those lines of self-will about the eyes and mouth surely meant something.
In man, self has possession, and self-will the mastery, and there is no room for God.
Once more she recovered, her self-will being so great, and she began the lines of the epilogue.
Stay one moment, and you shall know what your pride and self-will have cost you!
I was brought up just to please myself and to have my own way—to be, in fact, a little incarnation of self-will and selfishness.
There is music in heaven, because in music there is no self-will.
His prominent characteristic was will,—will carried to self-will, and sometimes to self-exaggeration almost furious.
He has resolved upon the divorce as much from self-will as from any other consideration.