noun, plural wil·lies.
verb (used with object), wil·lied, wil·ly·ing.
Origin of willy
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At the climax of the play, Willy Loman ruefully tells his two sons that he was fired that day from his job.From Katrina to the Clink: Ex New Orleans Mayor Heads to Prison|Jason Berry|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As Steve Martin said on Twitter, “If you missed him as Willy Loman, you missed a Willy Loman for all time.”
But it was his Willy Loman that theater audiences of recent years will remember.
One lost game and he seems as bereft and broken as Willy Loman.
Being inside is like a visit to a Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory of art: overwhelming, whimsical, and otherworldly.Graffiti-Covered Wynwood Is Quickly Becoming Miami’s Hippest New Neighborhood|Debra A. Klein|December 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As she stood over Willy, parting the hair with her gentle finger upon his little pale brow, her tears dropped upon his face.A Life's Secret|Mrs. Henry Wood
Next morning I called for Janet and, willy nilly, carried her off there and then to call on Alie.The Beautiful White Devil|Guy Boothby
Willy was amply rewarded with the smile the young ladies bestowed on him.
All at once Willy Cameron was staring at a closed door, on the inner side of which a bolt was being slipped.A Poor Wise Man|Mary Roberts Rinehart
“There are some people lying at the bottom of the boat,” observed Willy.