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Adjective: willful  wil-ful
Usage: N. Amer (elsewhere: wilful)
  1. Done by design
    "willful disobedience";
    - wilful [Brit, Cdn]
  2. Habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition
    "The relationship between the intellect and the emotions is like the relationship between parents and their willful five-year-old";
    - froward [archaic], headstrong, self-willed, wilful [Brit, Cdn]

See also: disobedient, voluntary

Encyclopedia: Willful