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Pronunciation: [stɹˈɒŋwˈɪld] (IPA)

Strong-willed is a term used to describe a person who is determined and resolute in their actions. There are many synonyms that can be used to describe a person with this trait, including stubborn, tenacious, firm-minded, resolute, unwavering, steadfast, and determined. All of these words indicate a person who possesses great inner fortitude and an unshakable resolve to achieve their goals. Other synonyms for strong-willed include persistent, unyielding, headstrong, and unrelenting. These words all describe a person who is unmovable in their beliefs and actions, even in the face of adversity. A person who is strong-willed is often admired for their admirable and inspiring traits, and their determination is often the key to their success.

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Famous quotes with Strong-willed

  • I had a very strong-willed mother, who I totally adored. She was always in control of her life.
    Jan de Bont
  • I found with this record I had to really be strong-willed, because in the past I've tended to tinker and add a thing or take a thing away, and nearly always been wrong.
    Elvis Costello
  • I can assure you we are all strong-willed, forceful personalities and the president encourages vigorous debate.
    Karen Hughes
  • I think I was born strong-willed. That's not the kind of thing you can learn. The advantage is, you stick to what you believe in and rarely get pushed out of what you want to do.
    Joan Jett
  • Like all strong-willed and self-asserting men, Mr. Chase had the faults of his qualities. He was never easy to drive in harness, or light in hand. He saw vividly what was wrong, and did not always allow for what was relatively right.
    Henry Adams

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