- 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.
Origin of will-less
First recorded in 1740–50
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018
Examples from the Web for will-less
She was all dark, will-less, having only the receptive will.The Rainbow
D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
He was passive, indifferent, will-less, and her gaze charmed him more and more.The Witch of Prague
F. Marion Crawford
The season seemed to stand on the edge of a precipice, will-less, like a sleep-walker.The Lake
We're no good here, you and I—we were cast out at birth—soft, will-less—better dead.The First and The Last
Whatever called Kaydessa into such mindless and will-less answer did not touch the animals.The Defiant Agents
Andre Alice Norton