WILLINGLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for WILLINGLY?

Need another word that means the same as “willingly”? Find 3 synonyms and 30 related words for “willingly” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Willingly” are: volitionally, voluntarily, by choice

Willingly as an Adverb

Definitions of "Willingly" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “willingly” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • Readily; of one's own free will.
  • In a willing manner.

Synonyms of "Willingly" as an adverb (3 Words)

by choiceIn reserve; not for immediate use.
volitionallyIn a willing manner.
voluntarilyOf one’s own free will.
He voluntarily attended a police station.

Usage Examples of "Willingly" as an adverb

  • She went willingly.
  • I willingly accept.

Associations of "Willingly" (30 Words)

actTake action do something.
I acted dumb at first.
amenableLiable to answer to a higher authority.
The tumor was not amenable to surgical treatment.
apt(usually followed by `to’) naturally disposed toward.
He is apt to lose.
cheerfullyIn a way that inspires feelings of happiness.
He cheerfully admits to being the wrong side of fifty.
compliantDisposed or willing to comply.
The conversion of the gel to a much less compliant rigid glass.
deservedlyIn the way that is deserved; rightfully.
A deservedly popular sitcom.
discretionaryNot earmarked; available for use as needed.
Discretionary income.
disposedUsually followed by to naturally disposed toward.
He is favourably disposed towards the proposals.
enjoinInstruct or urge (someone) to do something.
He was enjoined from using the patent.
fainHaving made preparations.
I am weary and would fain get a little rest.
givenSpecified or stated.
Given the engine s condition it is a wonder that it started.
gladlyIn a willing manner.
This was gladly agreed to.
greetExpress greetings upon meeting someone.
Some of the customers greeted the barman in Gaelic.
happilyIn a happy way.
Happily today s situation is very different.
inclinedAt an angle to the horizontal or vertical position.
An inclined ramp.
luckilyIt is fortunate that.
Luckily for me it s worked out.
mindedNaturally disposed toward.
I am not minded to answer any questions.
obedienceObservance of a monastic rule.
Obedience to moral standards.
obedientDutifully complying with the commands or instructions of those in authority.
Obedient children.
obeyBehave in accordance with (a general principle, natural law, etc.
The universe was complex but it obeyed certain rules.
partialityUnfair bias in favour of one person or thing; favouritism.
Miller s partiality for flowering shrubs is evident.
participationThe action of taking part in something.
Participation in chapel activities.
proneLying flat, especially face downwards.
A prone position.
submissionSomething (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc.) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition.
A written submission to the UN.
submissiveAbjectly submissive characteristic of a slave or servant S H Adams.
She has become submissive and subservient.
thankfullyLet us be thankful that.
He accepted thankfully my apologies.
tractableEasily managed (controlled or taught or molded.
Trying to make the mathematics tractable.
volitionalRelating to the use of one’s will.
Acceptance is a volitional act.
voluntaryUnder the conscious control of the brain.
A voluntary confession.
willingThe act of making a choice.
Willing and prompt obedience.

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