willingly

  • 1 Willingly — Will ing*ly, adv. In a willing manner; with free will; without reluctance; cheerfully. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] The condition of that people is not so much to be envied as some would willingly represent it. Addison. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 willingly — index purposely, readily Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 willingly — adverb Of one’s own free will; freely and spontaneously. Now this is a process of the mind or thought, of which I would willingly know the foundation. Syn: gladly, happily …

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  • 4 willingly — adv. Willingly is used with these verbs: ↑accept, ↑agree, ↑choose, ↑comply, ↑consent, ↑forgo, ↑join, ↑oblige, ↑participate, ↑sacrifice, ↑submit …

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  • 5 willingly — adverb I willingly agreed to make a donation Syn: voluntarily, of one s own free will, of one s own accord; readily, without reluctance, ungrudgingly, cheerfully, happily, gladly, with pleasure …

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  • 6 willingly — Voluntarily; unreluctantly; without reluctance, and of one s own free choice. See willful. As used in an instruction that one cannot invoke the doctrine of self defense if he enters a fight willingly, it means voluntarily, aggressively, and… …

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  • 7 willingly — willing ► ADJECTIVE 1) ready, eager, or prepared to do something. 2) given or done readily. DERIVATIVES willingly adverb willingness noun …

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  • 8 willingly — adverb in a willing manner I willingly accept • Syn: ↑volitionally • Ant: ↑unwillingly • Derived from adjective: ↑volitional (for: ↑v …

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  • 9 willingly — adverb see willing …

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  • 10 willingly — See willing. * * * …

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  • 11 willingly — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. gladly, readily, freely, obediently, voluntarily, with relish, at one s pleasure, on one s own account, of one s own accord, with open arms, with good cheer, without demur, with pleasure, cheerfully, with all one s… …

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  • 12 willingly — will·ing·ly || wɪlɪŋlɪ adv. gladly; voluntarily; agreeably, readily; eagerly …

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  • 13 willingly — ad. 1. Cheerfully, readily, gladly, with all one s heart. 2. Voluntarily, of one s own accord, spontaneously …

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  • 14 willingly — adv freely, of one s own free will, of one s own accord, by choice, voluntarily, spontaneously; cheerfully, happily, gladly, with pleasure; unreluctant ly, ungrudgingly, without hesitation, nothing loath; agreeably, compliantly, favorably,… …

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  • 15 willingly — will·ing·ly …

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  • 16 willingly — adverb Syn: voluntarily, of one s own free will, of one s own accord, readily, without reluctance, ungrudgingly, cheerfully, happily, gladly, with pleasure Ant: reluctantly …

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  • 17 willingly — See: willing …

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  • 18 willingly — Of one s own volition. See voluntarily …

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  • 19 asley, willingly. northumb. —  anon, shortly, as soon as ; i. e. As TiDE.  TIDE, in the North, signifies soon, and TIDER, or TITTER, sooner ; from the Saxon word, TID, time ; whence shrove tide, whitsun tide …

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  • 20 willing — willingly, adv. willingness, n. /wil ing/, adj. 1. disposed or consenting; inclined: willing to go along. 2. cheerfully consenting or ready: a willing worker. 3. done, given, borne, used, etc., with cheerful readiness. [1250 1300; ME. See WILL2,… …

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