“Mr. Olbermann did, in fact, ‘screw up,’ and did so willfully,” the lawsuit says.
Liberals—especially the liberal House leadership in Congress—willfully misinterpreted the 2008 election as an ideological mandate.
“I didn't do anything wrong,” a willfully innocent Royal said on France Inter radio in reply.
Judge Eagles offered no specific guidelines to the jury to help them decide what “willfully” might constitute.
But at least you could stand up and say, I will not willfully participate in my own exploitation.
I have never done you any wrong—not wittingly and willfully, at any rate.
But the spirit of jest made the boss reckless and willfully disobedient.
Shame must fall on the man who willfully deserts the faith of his warrior-ancestry!
But the being who willfully creates pain and evil cannot be benevolent.
Dunce, wittily or willfully derived from Duns, surnamed "Scotus."