Definition of "self-willed" [self•-willed]

  • Obstinate; strong-minded (adjective)
  • Possessing self-will. (adjective)

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Use "self-willed" in a sentence
  • "A future collective mind cannot arise without including, and enhancing, the uniqueness of self-willed humans."
  • "Her tale takes off like a cheetah, starting with the horrendous moment of simultaneously losing six of her Black Panther brothers, as in siblings, to her impregnating rape a day later, her brief career as a bordello girl, to her self-willed destiny as the ultimate queen of drug dealers in 1970s Chicago. â¨â¨"
  • "Her tale takes off like a cheetah, starting with the horrendous moment of simultaneously losing six of her Black Panther brothers, as in siblings, to her impregnating rape a day later, her brief career as a bordello girl, to her self-willed destiny as the ultimate queen of drug dealers in 1970s Chicago."