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noun 
  1. A weak-side linebacker.
    • 1997, F Henderson, M Olson, Football's West Coast Offense, page 7
    • : linebacker drops to turn-in, QB dropping dumps the ball off to HB.
    • 2000, American Football Coaches Association Defensive Football Strategies, page 25
    • :Our linebacker, because he is away from the formation or to the split end, should be a great pursuit man and pass defender.
    • : covers the back side hook zone on the weak side.
proper noun 
  1. (given name, male). (form of, A shortening, William)

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noun 
  1. A person"s intent, volition, decision.
  2. A legal document that states who is to receive a person"s estate and assets after their death.
  3. (rfd-sense, this is supposed to be Will) A weak-side linebacker.
verb (inf=-, will, willing, would, -)
  1. Indicating intent to perform the action in the future, or expectation of an event in the future.
I go to the store.
It rain this afternoon.
  1. Being ready to perform an action or comply with a request, see willing (verbal adjective).
He is willing to come tomorrow.
  1. (context, dated, first person only) indicate, Indicating intent to perform the action in the future.
    • 1890, William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night Or What You Will, act IV:
    • : Good fool, as ever thou wilt deserve well at my hand, help me to a candle, and pen, ink and paper : as I am a gentleman, I live to be thankful to thee for"t.
    • 1879, Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo, chapter LXXIII:
    • : "I rejoin you, and we fly ; but from this moment until then, let us not tempt Providence, Morrel; let us not see each other; it is a miracle, it is a providence that we have not been discovered; if we were surprised, if it were known that we met thus, we should have no further resource."
      1. (context, dated, second and third person only) Indicating expectation that the subject will perform the action in the future.

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