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wilful

view main entry for wilfuladjective  /ˈwɪlf(ə)l/
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wilfully

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wilfulness

noun [uncountable]
wilfulness noun [uncountable]Stubbornness and narrow-mindedness: stubborn streak, intransigence, intolerance, obstinacy, reaction, conservatism, provincialism, tunnel vision, dogmatism, rigidity

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