Definition of "strong-willed" [strong-willed]

  • Having a vigorous, independent will (adjective)

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Use "strong-willed" in a sentence
  • "To friends, Ruth Donovan seemed reserved and distinguished as she began her sixties, yet strong-willed and determined."
  • "Donovan was far closer to Patricia, who had his strong-willed, outgoing personality, and who had always loved sports, the outdoors, and riding horses with her father."
  • "With a nod to John Cassavettes , the star plays a raffish entrepreneur who struggles to keep the tour rolling as he's chased by inner demons and kept on his toes by the strong-willed ladies—played, as themselves, by New York entertainers such as Dirty Martini and Julie Atlas Muz."