will·ful [or] wil·ful
willful [or] wilful
|part of speech:
||according to one's will; on purpose.
Her staying out all night was a willful act to show her independence.
- conscious, deliberate, intentional
- similar words:
- planned, purposeful
||stubborn; wanting one's own way.
He is a willful child whose favorite word is "No!"
- contrary, headstrong, inflexible, obstinate, stubborn
||willfully (adv.), willfulness (n.)