Meaning of “willful” in the English Dictionary


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us /ˈwɪl·fəl/

(of something bad) done intentionally, or (of a person) determined to do exactly as you want, even if you know it is wrong:

I think he showed a willful disregard for safety.

(Definition of “willful” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)