Definition of free will in English:

free will

Syllabification: free will

noun

adjective

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  • (Especially of a donation) given readily; voluntary: free-will offerings
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    • Cost for the dinner is a free-will offering along with the donation of one canned food item.
    • However, the intrepid duo persevered and the free-will gifts eventually got bagged.
    • Moses, however, does not rely on free-will offerings.

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