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* Caprice Sudden change; change without motive; unpredictable change; change with irresolution.
leq* Choice Exercise of volition.
* Desuetude State of being no longer used or practiced.
* Habit Behavior pattern acquired externally and followed regularly, consistently or even involuntarily.
* Impulse
* Irresolution Lack of resolution.
* Necessity
* Obstinacy Triumph of will over argument, persuasion, or entreaty.
* Perseverance
* Predetermination
dejak* Rejection
* Resolution
* Scruple Moral or ethical consideration or standard that produces unwillingness, irresolution or fastidiousness.
* Tergiversation Repeated change in one''s attitude or opinions with respect to a particular.
lewq* Unwillingness Dissent of will.
wil* Will Faculty of volition.
* Willingness Assent of will.

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Resolution synonyms

DETERMINATION, will; iron will, unconquerable will; will of one’s own, decision, resolution; backbone; clear grit, grit [U. S. & Can.]; sand [slang]; strength of -mind, - will; resolve (intent) [See Intention]; intransigence or intransigency, intransigeance [F.]; firmness (stability) [See Stability]; energy, manliness, vigor; resoluteness (courage) [See Courage]; zeal [See Activity]; desperation; devotion, devotedness.\n SELF-CONTROL, aplomb [F.], mastery over self, self-mastery, self-command, self-possession, self-reliance, self-government, self-restraint, self-conquest, self-denial; moral -courage, - fiber, - strength.\n TENACITY, perseverance; obstinacy [See Obstinacy].\n IRRECONCILABLE, intrasigent, intransigeant [F.], bitter-ender [colloq.]; fighting minority, militant remnant.

Resolution synonyms

DETERMINATION, will; iron will, unconquerable will; will of one’s own, decision, resolution; backbone; clear grit, grit [U. S. & Can.]; sand [slang]; strength of -mind, - will; resolve (intent) [See Intention]; intransigence or intransigency, intransigeance [F.]; firmness (stability) [See Stability]; energy, manliness, vigor; resoluteness (courage) [See Courage]; zeal [See Activity]; desperation; devotion, devotedness.\n SELF-CONTROL, aplomb [F.], mastery over self, self-mastery, self-command, self-possession, self-reliance, self-government, self-restraint, self-conquest, self-denial; moral -courage, - fiber, - strength.\n TENACITY, perseverance; obstinacy [See Obstinacy].\n IRRECONCILABLE, intrasigent, intransigeant [F.], bitter-ender [colloq.]; fighting minority, militant remnant.