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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unwill.
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For the precedent of submission is a charm upon the faint-hearted through love: it unwinds, unwills them.
And as is he who unwills what he willed, and because of new thoughts changes his design, so that he quite withdraws from beginning, such I became on that dark hillside; wherefore in my thought I abandoned the enterprise which had been so hasty in its beginning.