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Definition of "will-less" [will-less]

  • Of a person, lacking volition, not exercising one's will (adjective)
  • Of an action, involuntary (adjective)
  • Intestate; to die without a legal will governing one's property or estate. (adjective)

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Use "will-less" in a sentence
  • "While you may not share my love for the semi-dead, you might agree with this: most of us are surrounded by these mute, will-less, dumb, sometimes evil and dangerous brutes everyday."
  • "Do you see any similarities between Dewey's "experience freed ... from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself" — when the "something beyond itself" is understood as the 1,001 things we can pursue relative to this or that object of perception — and Schopenhauer's pure, will-less perception?"
  • "It was depressing to see a simple appeal for Westerners to listen to Muslim women deliberately distorted into a representation of all Muslim women as meek, will-less beings in need of rescue."
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