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self-willed ‎(comparative more self-willed, superlative most self-willed)

  1. Obstinate; strong-minded
    He was so self-willed that he refused to do anything that did not grant instant satisfaction.
  2. Possessing self-will.
    The idea of self-willed machines, which could decide to take over the world, scares all the people smart enough to create such devices.