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will-less

[ wil-lis ]
/ ˈwɪl lɪs /
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adjective
having or exerting no will: a timid, will-less little man.
done or occurring without the will; involuntary: a will-less compliance.
leaving no will; intestate: to die will-less.
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Origin of will-less

First recorded in 1740–50

OTHER WORDS FROM will-less

will-less·ly, adverbwill-less·ness, noun
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