The recent outbreak of mass criminality can have surprised only the wilfully blind.
Who could miss this, other than either the wilfully blind or the patently disengenuous?
Grotius, on examining the Dutch translation, found the translator often wilfully deviating from the true sense of the original.
Then, for the first time as far as we know, the Maid wilfully disobeyed her Voices.
Now, the Princess, it is most distressing to state, had wilfully avoided Mr. Chase since early that morning.
But to abstract argument, and to political truth, she is wilfully blind.
Eventually the Town Hall was taken, after a most desperate resistance, and ten minutes later wilfully set fire to and burned.
They had been dragged open to-night, and he could not wilfully close them again.
Thou hast knowingly and wilfully abetted, not one but many poisoners, and the stake is the fitting doom for thee and them.
The whole thing had been so wilfully done that there was no mistaking its meaning.