wilful

adjective
     
wil‧ful British English ; willful American English
1 continuing to do what you want, even after you have been told to stop - used to show disapproval:
a wilful child
2

wilful damage/disobedience/exaggeration etc

deliberate damage etc, when you know that what you are doing is wrong
wilfully adverb
wilfulness noun [uncountable]

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