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at will

At one's own choosing; in compliance with one's wishes or desires. Once you have your own car, you'll be able to go anywhere at will.
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at will

whenever one wants; freely. You're free to come and go at will. The soldiers were told to fire their guns at will. You can eat anything you want at will.
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at will

Freely, as one pleases, as in The grounds are open to the public and one can wander about at will, or With this thermostat you can adjust the room temperature at will. [1300s]
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at ˈwill

when, where, how, etc. you want to: The animals are allowed to wander at will in the park.The younger soldiers started shooting at will (= they fired their guns without waiting for the order).
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at will

Just as or when one wishes.
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