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British pronunciation/wˈɪlfə‌l/
American pronunciation/ˈwɪɫfəɫ/
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done deliberately and intentionally, often with determination or stubbornness

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02

habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

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The child's willful disobedience led to disciplinary action from his parents.
The defendant's willful evasion of taxes resulted in legal repercussions.
Her willful refusal to apologize only deepened the rift between her and her friends.
Despite being warned of the consequences, he made a willful decision to ignore the safety guidelines.
Despite the challenges, she pursued her dreams with willful determination, refusing to give up.
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