willfully in English
with premeditated intent, intentionally; stubbornly; determinedly
Use "willfully" in a sentence
1. She had willfully deceived me.
2. Are you guys being willfully dense?
3. The voluntary muscle can move willfully.
4. Can student willfully select the course?
5. We're all, under certain circumstances, willfully blind.
6. He willfully set fire to the building.
7. Willfully destroying your old radio is prohibited.
8. He's either badly misinformed or willfully lying.
9. And like many techy terms, it is willfully misspelled.
10. I think the willfully unimaginative see more monsters.
11. In history some countries willfully trampled upon other countries'sovereignty.
12. I understand, sir. You didn't willfully mislead the police.
13. 5 Some people have caused human death willfully or through carelessness.
14. And like many techy terms(Sentencedict.com ), it is willfully misspelled.
15. He will never set you at defiance or willfully injure you.
16. Less should countries willfully resort to force in tackling energy issues.
17. To destroy or deface ( public or private property ) willfully or maliciously.
18. (2 Peter 2:14) They willfully pursue romantic relationships outside of marriage.
19. People who know they are positive will not willfully transmit the virus.
20. Has each section of polo shirt number, the letter, chooses willfully.
21. Cubism was hard to read, willfully ambiguous , and yet demotic too.
22. They willfully put God to the test by demanding the food they craved.
23. 30 To destroy or deface ( public or private property ) willfully or maliciously.
24. This product through the manual setting, may adjust the use length willfully.
25. The CAD module design may combine willfully, list, pair, polychrome printing unit.
26. To punish those who knowingly and willfully attempt to violate civil tax laws.
27. A false statement is a statement that can be either willfully or unknowingly untrue.
28. But ignoring them - willfully or innocently - can result in deep embarrassment and lost business.
29. Willfully chipper, perhaps , barely hiding his hurt; but looser and less bottled up.
30. 21 But ignoring them - willfully or innocently - can result in deep embarrassment and lost business.
31. 19 Willfully chipper, perhaps , barely hiding his hurt; but looser and less bottled up.
32. Fornication is forbidden in the Scriptures, and those who willfully practice it lose God’s favor.
33. Human expediency and lusts go beyond limits and are willfully in the light of day.
34. Crime of willfully and malicious injury, is deliberately and illegally damage the health of others.
35. Scientific research is often willfully misinterpreted by groups campaigning for a cause that is dear to them.
36. Enoch was an imperfect man, a sinner, but he abhorred the willfully wicked, ungodly world around him.
37. Teachers can not be dismissed for insubordination unless they willfully and deliberately defy school authorities or violate reasonable school rules.
38. Worse yet, what if this woman had a good, loyal husband but she willfully betrayed him in order to pursue prostitution?
39. This is an innovated module combined device of desulphurization and dust removal, the user could assemble the compages willfully according to the need of teaching and scientific research.
40. 17 To help us remain clear-headed and not get lost in the fog mankind is willfully lost in, it is good to turn to the Book of Genesis.
41. To help us remain clear-headed and not get lost in the fog mankind is willfully lost in, it is good to turn to the Book of Genesis.
42. The most disturbing aspect of this article isn't anything that appears in the article itself, but rather the collection bigoted, jingoistic, and willfully ignorant remarks that followed.
43. I think we are renowned for being willfully different and difficult. We tend to knock back on doing TV, radio and press things but we'll do it for you.
44. The vendee does not have the right to claim warranty of defects of the subject matter or security for defects of right, unless the client or auctioneer disguises the defects willfully.
45. Instead of abiding by God’s righteous standards, men and women have, for the most part, willfully chosen to follow their own plans, schemes, devices, or ways —to their injury. —1 Timothy 2:14.
46. (c) whether it is also a fact that only a minority view held that India was engaging in water aggression and was willfully not adhering to the Treaty in letter and spirit; and
47. And if there was adequate notice - I do not know yet what the communication status was, but if there was - it would be very disappointing if he was willfully allowed to board an aeroplane as a result.
48. He describes himself as one who is “merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abundant in loving-kindness and truth” and as one who by no means grants exemption from punishment to those who willfully violate his commandments.