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volition (s) (noun), volitions (pl)
1. The act or power to choose something freely or to make decisions or choices: Tim's neighbors went on a trip for two weeks on their own volition despite the bad weather forecasts.
2. Etymology: from Latin volitio from volo, "I wish, I want, I intend."
The act of choosing to do something.
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