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Any thoughts anyone on whether or not to use non-existing words?

Like voluntile... (or another: grudgy)

“A chance to make this relationship voluntile

so it would be really worthwile.”

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Hanna RAny thoughts anyone on whether or not to use non-existing words?

nonexistent

They are called nonce words. The best writers do it. It's always risky, though. The meaning has to be clear enough. I'm afraid that "voluntile" fails that test because I have no idea what you want it to mean. "Grudgy" is more like it to mean "tending to hold grudges". You also have to be careful that the word doesn't already exist and means something else.

The context is:

“And love is not love

if it is not a choice that is freely made.

...

To give them a choice to make,

showing they truly had a will of their own.

For without more than one option

free will was just a scam.”

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is it still not clear when you read the context?

"If they would resist their enemy

he would truly know they had chosen their maker,

and submitted to their king.

For obedience is no obedience at all

if there is no opportunity to disobey.

And love is not love

if it is not a choice that is freely made.


So even the rebellious Lucifer was part of a purpose

to secure man.

To give them a choice to make,

showing they truly had a will of their own.

For without more than one option

free will was just a scam.


And to give them a chance

to fully show their love and devotion.

A chance to return

what they freely had given them.

To respond to it in a fitting manner

that suited the great love that was bestowed.

A chance to make this relationship voluntile

so it would be really worthwhile."

Hanna Ris it still not clear when you read the context?

Right. It is not at all clear. I am left casting about for the word I would use there. It just looks like you meant "voluntary" but didn't know that word.