Willful | Define Willful at Dictionary.com
No, it means what the dictionary says. Definition 2, especially.
Whether it was a family quarrel or a disagreement at work, Raelynn was truly a master
negotiator—able to see both sides of the argument. But she could also be stubborn and willful, like a dog with a bone, not giving up but not listening either.
Does "willful" here mean "disobedient"?
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