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  1. Latoof's Avatar

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    "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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    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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