Fair and Willful


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Fair adjective – Not stormy or cloudy.
Willful and fair are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Willful" instead an adjective "Fair".
Nearby Words: fairness, fairly, faired, fairground
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Willful adjective – Given to resisting authority or another's control.
Fair and willful are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fair" instead an adjective "Willful".
Nearby Words: willed, willfulness, willfully
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  • Tabletop Game / Ravenloft Yet a fair number of people, especially in the more technologically advanced domains, are strict rationalists to the point of willful denial of the supernatural nature of their world.
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