Definition Of will

verb

a legal document containing instructions as to what should be done with one's money and property after one's death.

Up and down the country, thousands of other people have done the same, yet all of us knew at the time we signed such documents that these wills had no proper legal status.

bequeath something to (someone) by the terms of one's will.

If I should die before he is freed, the case will be willed to another attorney.

expressing a request.

will you stop here, please

expressing facts about ability or capacity.

a rock so light that it will float on water

expressing habitual behavior.

she will dance for hours


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Example Of will

  • will I turn out the light?

  • will you give me a lift?

  • will you have a cognac?

  • will you stop here, please

  • a rock so light that it will float on water


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