A diminutive of theÂ male given name William. Also used as a formal given name. (proper-noun)
A patronymic surname. (proper-noun)
A weak-side linebacker. (noun)
Examples of word will
"I will tell you 100 percent we will get in the story of what happened to Will and his brother and I also believe we'll get in the evidence of abuse of others," Harris said.
"We believe a public and transparent selection process for members of this key advisory group is appropriate and will help assure the most qualified people are selected for this important work," said Will
"I'm anxious, but I'm glad it's finally starting â€“ like one of those days you don't think it will come and like bam it's here," says Will.
Some players will cheat in any sort of MMOG, Will said, but when the name of the game is competition, the unfairness is more recognizable.
Readers of Blue Moon will recall that the hero had a young son, Will, who traveled through time with him to the twentieth century.