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Having to do with intention or purpose
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  1. Having to do with intention or purpose
  2. Done deliberately; intended:
  3. (Law) Done with intent.
Supported by contributions or charitable donations rather than by government appropriations:
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  1. Supported by contributions or charitable donations rather than by government appropriations:
  2. (Law) Without legal obligation or consideration:
  3. Normally controlled by or subject to individual volition:
Done or carried on in an obstinate or doggedly persistent manner
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  1. Done or carried on in an obstinate or doggedly persistent manner
  2. Characterized by a refusal to change one's mind or course of action; dogged or persistent:
  3. Difficult to treat or deal with; resistant to treatment or effort:
(Archaic) Unwanted or unexpected
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  1. (Archaic) Unwanted or unexpected
  2. Obstinate, contrary and unpredictable
  3. Going somewhere not intended or desired:
Difficult to manage, deal with, or change to an acceptable condition:
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  1. Difficult to manage, deal with, or change to an acceptable condition:
  2. Difficult to alleviate, remedy, or cure:
  3. Not tractable or to be drawn or guided by persuasion; not easily governed, managed, or directed; uncontrollable; incurable; violent; stubborn; obstinate.
Arising from or marked by careful consideration:
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  1. Arising from or marked by careful consideration:
  2. Done with or marked by full consciousness of the nature and effects; intentional:
  3. Carefully thought out and formed, or done on purpose; premeditated
  1. Planned.
  2. Deliberate; intentional:
  3. Meant; planned
(Law) Done with intent.
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  1. (Law) Done with intent.
  2. Having to do with intention or purpose
  3. Done deliberately; intended:
Resolutely aiming at a specific goal
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  1. Resolutely aiming at a specific goal
  2. Having or manifesting purpose; determined:
  3. Having a purpose; intentional:
Done or carried on by or made up of volunteers rather than by people paid or conscripted
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  1. Done or carried on by or made up of volunteers rather than by people paid or conscripted
  2. Done intentionally but without premeditation or deliberation, as when under the influence of an intense emotional reaction:
  3. Normally controlled by or subject to individual volition:
Aware or conscious of something.
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  1. Aware or conscious of something.
  2. Done knowingly; deliberate; intentional
  3. Aware, knowledgable
Not controlled by another country or political power; independent:
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  1. Not controlled by another country or political power; independent:
  2. Immoderate in giving or spending; liberal or lavish:
  3. (Chemistry & Physics) Unconstrained; unconfined:
Unconstrained and unstudied in manner or behavior:
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  1. Unconstrained and unstudied in manner or behavior:
  2. Having no apparent external cause or influence; occurring or produced by its own energy, force, etc. or through internal causes; self-acting
  3. Acting in accordance with or resulting from a natural feeling, impulse, or tendency, without any constraint, effort, or premeditation
Not forced; caused by oneself.
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  1. Not forced; caused by oneself.
Acting or done willingly and without constraint or expectation of reward:
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  1. Acting or done willingly and without constraint or expectation of reward:
  2. Done or carried on by or made up of volunteers rather than by people paid or conscripted
  3. Brought about by one's own free choice; given or done of one's own free will; freely chosen or undertaken
Extremely or irrationally stubborn; headstrong.
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  1. Extremely or irrationally stubborn; headstrong.
  2. Unreasonably stubborn.
  3. Blindly stubborn; headstrong
Not giving in readily; persistent; stubborn
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  1. Not giving in readily; persistent; stubborn
  2. Stubbornly persevering, steadfast.
  3. Stubbornly persevering; tenacious:
  1. Realistic; pragmatic.
  2. Shrewd and unsentimental; practical; matter-of-fact
  3. Stubborn; obstinate; dogged
Determined to have one's own way; stubbornly and often recklessly willful.
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  1. Determined to have one's own way; stubbornly and often recklessly willful.
  2. Determined to do as one pleases, and not as others want.
  3. Showing such determination
Resembling a mule:
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  1. Resembling a mule:
  2. Extremely or irrationally stubborn and intractable.
  3. Characteristic of a mule; stubborn, obstinate, or intractable
Unreasonably determined to have one's own way; not yielding to reason or plea; stubborn; dogged; mulish
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  1. Unreasonably determined to have one's own way; not yielding to reason or plea; stubborn; dogged; mulish
  2. Difficult to manage, control, or treat:
  3. Characterized by such adherence:
Extremely persistent or unyielding:
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  1. Extremely persistent or unyielding:
  2. Holding tenaciously or stubbornly to a purpose, opinion, or course of action:
  3. Holding firmly to some purpose, belief, or action, often stubbornly or obstinately
Characterized by or resulting from willful opposition or resistance to what is right, expected, or reasonable:
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  1. Characterized by or resulting from willful opposition or resistance to what is right, expected, or reasonable:
  2. Contrary to what is right or good; wicked or depraved:
  3. Willfully opposing or resisting what is right, expected, or reasonable:
(Pejorative) Obstinate and stubborn to the point of stupidity.
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  1. (Pejorative) Obstinate and stubborn to the point of stupidity.
  2. Stubborn; obstinate; mulish
  3. Stupidly obstinate.
Stubborn and arrogant or aloof.
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  1. Stubborn and arrogant or aloof.
  2. Stubborn; obstinate
Characterized by extreme persistence; relentless or enduring:
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  1. Characterized by extreme persistence; relentless or enduring:
  2. Tending to retain; retentive:
  3. Persistent; stubborn
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