Expressing a strong intention or assertion about the future
come what may, I will succeed
Expressing inevitable events
accidents will happen
Expressing a request
will you stop here, please
Expressing desire, consent, or willingness
will you have a cognac?
Expressing facts about ability or capacity
a rock so light that it will float on water
your tank will hold about 26 gallons
Expressing habitual behavior
she will dance for hours
(pronounced stressing “will”) Indicating annoyance about the habitual behavior described
he will keep intruding
Expressing probability or expectation about something in the present
they will be miles away by now
The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action
she has an iron will
a battle of wills between children and their parents
an act of will
Control deliberately exerted to do something or to restrain one's own impulses
a stupendous effort of will
A deliberate or fixed desire or intention
Jane had not wanted them to stay against their will
the will to live
The thing that one desires or ordains
the disaster was God's will
A legal document containing instructions as to what should be done with one's money and property after one's death
Intend, desire, or wish (something) to happen
he was doing what the saint willed
marijuana, dope, grass—call it what you will
Make or try to make (someone) do something or (something) happen by the exercise of mental powers
reluctantly he willed himself to turn and go back
she stared into the fog, willing it to clear
Bequeath something to (someone) by the terms of one's will
Leave specified instructions in one's will
he willed that his body be given to the hospital
volition: the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention; "the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt"- George Meredith
decree or ordain; "God wills our existence"
a fixed and persistent intent or purpose; "where there's a will there's a way"
determine by choice; "This action was willed and intended"
a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die
bequeath: leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"
WILL is the callsign of the three public broadcasting stations owned by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and directly operated by its Division of Broadcasting. WILL operates out of Campbell Hall for Public Telecommunications as well as Richmond Studio.
Will was a Canadian electronic music act founded by Rhys Fulber and Chris Peterson, both members of Front Line Assembly and Delerium at different times. ...
Willy Maltaite (October 30, 1927, in Anthée (now a part of Onhaye), Belgium - February 18, 2000) known by the pseudonym Will, was a comics creator and comics artist in the Franco-Belgian tradition. ...
Bandslam is a 2009 American romantic comedy-musical themed film produced by Summit Entertainment and Walden Media. Written by Josh Cagan and Todd Graff, it stars Aly Michalka, Vanessa Hudgens, Gaelan Connell, Lisa Kudrow and Scott Porter. ...
Will (probably born in the 1650s or 1660s) was an Indian of the Misquito tribe from what is now Honduras or Nicaragua. ...
A will or testament is a legal declaration by which a person, the testator, names one or more persons to manage his/her estate and provides for the transfer of his/her property at death. For the devolution of property not disposed of by will, see inheritance and intestacy.
Desire, longing. (Now generally merged with later senses.) [from 9th c.]; One's independent faculty of choice; the ability to be able to exercise one's choice or intention. [from 9th c.]; One's intention or decision; someone's orders or commands. [from 9th c. ...
A weak-side linebacker; A diminutive of the male given name William. Also used as a formal given name
(WILLS) A will is your own written instructions TO THE COURT…. PROBATE COURT (If assets in your name only exceed a certain amount). In California, that amount is $100,000. I joke that even in the recessed real estate market, when you buy a home, you just bought a probate! ...
(Wills) Includes record of wills and original wills arranged alphabetically by decedent. Many of the older record of wills may also record estates matters (inventories, accounts of sale, and final settlements) and deeds.
(Wills) are of the utmost importance as a source of genealogical information. Ships’ lists of passengers are useful in supplying dates for immigrant ancestors’ departure for the New World, but since they do not indicate place of origin, but only the port of departure, the original habitat must ...
(Wills) are the documents describing the instructions and wishes of an individual in the event of their death. Solicitors are often requested to write wills to legally clarify an individual's wishes so that no confusion can occur
Wills are written documents that state how your estate should be handled and by whom, after you are deceased. While the law does not require a lawyer to write a will, an attorney can help avoid needless expense due to improper planning. ...
The most basic legal document outlining the disposition of a person's estate in the event of death.
A written document properly witnessed, providing for the distribution of property owned by the deceased.
A testamentary disposition of property, usually in a form prescribed by law, that takes effect upon death.
To dream you are making your will, is significant of momentous trials and speculations. For a wife or any one to think a will is against them, portends that they will have disputes and disorderly proceedings to combat in some event soon to transpire. ...
States how a person wants assets distributed at death and lists who is in charge, may include other instructions such as funeral wishes.
A legal document directing the dispersion of possessions after death. Also to choose, to order, the ability to choose, purposefulness.