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volition
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
will (done consciously and voluntarily without being forced or threatened)
  • He seemed to be a respectable Negro, and a respectable Negro would never go up into somebody's yard of his own volition.
    p. 257.7
volition = will (done consciously and voluntarily without being invited or forced)
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