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unwillfully


adjective

  1. deliberate, voluntary, or intentional: The coroner ruled the death willful murder.
  2. unreasonably stubborn or headstrong; self-willed.

adjective

  1. the US spelling of wilful

adj.c.1200, “strong-willed,” from will (n.) + -ful. Willfully is late Old English wilfullice “of one’s own free will, voluntarily;” bad sense of “on purpose” is attested from late 14c.

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