will

Part of speech: verb

To be desirous; have a wish; mostly in the form would.

Part of speech: verb

As an auxiliary verb, in the first person a sign of purpose, and in the second and third persons, of futurity. See SHALL.

Part of speech: verb

To produce by the exercise of will; exercise volition; resolve.

Part of speech: verb

To bequeath by a will.

Part of speech: noun

The power of willing; also, a choice; volition; purpose.

Part of speech: noun

Energy of character; resolution; determination.

Part of speech: noun

A document by which one provides for the disposition of his property after his death.

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Usage examples "will":

  1. But what will it be? - "Five Little Peppers at School", Margaret Sidney.
  2. O'Flynn, will you go? - "The Magnetic North", Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond).
  3. But I don't think we will. - "The First Hundred Thousand", Ian Hay.