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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwillfulwill‧ful /ˈwɪlfəl/ adjective  x-refthe American spelling of wilful
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willfulUnfortunately, Tucson Water is an agency with an entrenched and willful bureaucracy.He also proposes to toughen civil and criminal penalties for willful child labor violations.a willful childShe can have tantrums like a willful child.Even when a jury found willful conduct, that decision did not follow a murder trial.A singular individual talent in a man's game and a distinctive, willful group of women in a team sport.He dressed like a willful teenager, favoring jeans so tattered you could see his boxer shorts through them.You give in to these willful tempers.
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