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    Default "As will".... "at will"

    they offer us so much choice and the ability to generate new meanings at will.
    Can we say at will to mean the same as as will?
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    Default Re: "As will".... "at will"

    No. 'At will' is an idiom meaning 'freely', or 'as, when you wish'. I am not aware of any meaning for the isolated phrase 'as will'.

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