Volitive

Vol'i┬Ětive adjective [ See Volition .] 1. Of or pertaining to the will; originating in the will; having the power to will. 'They not only perfect the intellectual faculty, but the volitive .' Sir M. Hale. 2. (Gram.) Used in expressing a wish or permission a
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Volitive

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the will; originating in the will; having the power to will. • (a.) Used in expressing a wish or permission as, volitive proposition.
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volitive

volitive 1. Of or pertaining to the will; volitional. 2. Performed deliberately or with express intention; designed, deliberate.
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Volitive

A verb form that expresses a wish, command, or the speaker's will. In many languages, an identical v
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volitive

of, like or pertaining to the will; expressing desire or permission
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