\wˈɪlfə͡lnəs], \wˈɪlfəlnəs], \w_ˈɪ_l_f_əl_n_ə_s]\
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Obstinacy; stubbornness; at will, at pleasure; good will, favour; kindness; goodwill of a business, business connections and other advantages, so far as they can be disposed of, assigned by a disposer to his successor, viewed apart from furniture, stock-in-trade, tools, or suchlike; freedom of the will, the doctrine of the freedom of the human will, as opposed to the doctrine of necessity; ill-will, enmity; to have one's will, to obtain what is desired.
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
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