will power

NOUN
  1. the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
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How To Use will power In A Sentence

  • Two booster rockets will power the shuttle off the pad.
  • A dynamo on a bicycle will power a pair of lights while the wheels are going round.
  • I'm no good at slimming. The trouble is, I've got no will power.
  • A dynamo on a bicycle will power a pair of lights while the wheels are going round.
  • Economic openness is the engine that will power the global economy in the upturn. Times, Sunday Times
  • Over the past months, as I had tried unsuccessfully to fight colds and infections, a tumor had been growing inside my chest, sapping my strength and will power.
  • he felt the temptation and his will power weakened
  • They finally give up the idea of motoring into the seas, and instead start the engine, and leave it in neutral; this way at least it will power the batteries, which in turn will power the radio, lights, and pump. OVERBOARD !
  • No longer will power be held by the privileged few who dictate the way of the world.
  • Thanks to a just-announced contract between Abengoa Solar and Arizona Public Service Company (APS), the enormous solar plant called Solana will power up to 70,000 homes, and will be the first example in the country of a major utility getting the majority of its energy from solar. INHABITAT
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