Self-will meaning

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Willfulness, especially in satisfying one's own desires or adhering to one's own opinions.
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The quality of being willful and ignoring opposition.
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Self will is being stubborn or sticking firmly to your own opinion and ideas.

An example of self will is when you are confident you are right about a subject and you will argue the point with anyone who disagrees.

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Persistent carrying out of one's own will or wishes, esp. when in conflict with others; stubbornness; obstinacy.
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Origin of self-will

  • self- +"Ž will

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