Willed and Willful

Willed

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Willed adjective – Made, given, or done with full awareness of what one is doing.
Usage example: a hard-nosed industrialist with a willed indifference to public opinion

Willful and willed are semantically related In some cases you can use "Willful" instead an adjective "Willed".
Nearby Words: willing, willful
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Willful

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Willful adjective – Made, given, or done with full awareness of what one is doing.
Usage example: a willful attempt to cheat her siblings out of their rightful inheritance

Willed and willful are semantically related in voluntary topic. You can use "Willed" instead an adjective "Willful".
Nearby Words: willed, willfulness, willfully
Synonyms for Willful
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