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English adjective: willing

1. willing disposed or inclined toward


SamplesA willing participant.
Willing helpers.


Similarconsenting, disposed, fain, glad, happy, inclined, prepared, ready, volitional, willing and able


See alsocompliant, inclined, ready, voluntary


Attributedisposition, temperament


Antonymsunwilling

2. willing not brought about by coercion or force


SamplesThe confession was uncoerced.


Synonymsuncoerced, unforced


Similarvoluntary


Antonymsinvoluntary, nonvoluntary, unvoluntary


English noun: willing

1. willing (act) the act of making a choice


SamplesFollowed my father of my own volition.


Synonymsvolition


Broader (hypernym)choice, option, pick, selection


Narrower (hyponym)intention









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