Words nearby self-will
Origin of self-will
OTHER WORDS FROM self-willself-willed, adjectiveself-willed·ly, adverbself-willed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for self-willed
Awful though it may be, The Demonologist is a case study in self-willed delusion.
The uniform is the man, and the man is a self-willed marvel who will not be denied.
A self-willed marvel, he was not even a natural athlete or much of an extrovert.
This state of affairs exasperated the fiery and self-willed little beauty almost to phrensy.Cruel As The Grave|Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth
For to all outward appearances he was taciturn, unimaginative, self-willed.The Loom of Youth|Alec Waugh
The black-eyed baby that I called my pet grew into a self-willed girl, and in after years was the cause of much trouble to me.Behind the Scenes|Elizabeth Keckley
David, I do not think any one ever was so self-willed as you!The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood
Dorothy laid down her book and went to fetch her violin, but the self-willed Grace would have none of that.Dorothy at Oak Knowe|Evelyn Raymond