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wilful

[ wil-fuhl ]
/ 藞w瑟l f蓹l /
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adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for wilful

wilful

US willful

/ (藞w瑟lf蕣l) /

adjective
intent on having one's own way; headstrong or obstinate
intentionalwilful murder

Derived forms of wilful

wilfully or US willfully, adverbwilfulness or US willfulness, noun
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