What is another word for will?

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[ wˈɪl], [ wˈɪl], [ w_ˈɪ_l]

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The word "will" means "a determination or purpose decided on deliberately." In common speech, will often refers to the Mental Element of the Criminal Code of Canada. A person commits an offence if they wilfully and without lawful excuse do an act that, if done by someone else, would constitute an offence. The Mental Element is the Grievance Required for a Criminal Conviction.

Will also refers to our innate capacity to make choices. We all have will, and it's the foundation of our autonomy. Our wills help us direct our actions and determine our intentions.

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Homophones for Will:

  • wille, Wil, We'll.

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