[in-di-tur-muh-niz-uh m] /ˌɪn dɪˈtɜr məˌnɪz əm/
the doctrine that human actions, though influenced somewhat by preexisting psychological and other conditions, are not entirely governed by them but retain a certain freedom and spontaneity.
the theory that the will is to some extent independent of the strength of motives, or may itself modify their strength in choice.
the philosophical doctrine that behaviour is not entirely determined by motives
noun 1. the jack-in-the-pulpit. 2. its root.
noun 1. a lousewort, Pedicularis densiflora, of the western U.S., having densely clustered red flowers.
noun 1. a wolf, Canis lupus pallipes, of Asia south of the Himalayas.
[in-dee-uh n-res-uh l] /ˈɪn di ənˌrɛs əl/ verb (used without object), Indian-wrestled, Indian-wrestling. 1. to engage in Indian wrestling: to Indian-wrestle for the city championship. verb (used with object), Indian-wrestled, Indian-wrestling. 2. to contend with (another person) in Indian wrestling: to Indian-wrestle any and all challengers.