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wilful:
1. willing, eager Wiv. III. ii. 45, MND. V. i. 213 “when walls are so to hear without warning,” Rom. I. v. 93, Ven. 365 “wilful and unwilling.”
2. obstinate Mer.V. I. i. 90 “a stillness,” R3 III. vii. 28 “this silence” ; ‘obstinate in extravagance’ (Clark and Wright) Mer.V. I. i. 147;—adv. Wint. I. ii. 255 “, negligent,” John V. ii. 124 “-opposite” (=stubbornly hostile), Sonn. li. 13 “he went -slow” ; see also next word.
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