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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 choice||In reserve; not for immediate use.|
|volitionally||In a willing manner.|
|voluntarily||Of 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)
|act||Take action do something.|
I acted dumb at first.
|amenable||Liable 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.
|cheerfully||In a way that inspires feelings of happiness.|
He cheerfully admits to being the wrong side of fifty.
|compliant||Disposed or willing to comply.|
The conversion of the gel to a much less compliant rigid glass.
|deservedly||In the way that is deserved; rightfully.|
A deservedly popular sitcom.
|discretionary||Not earmarked; available for use as needed.|
|disposed||Usually followed by to naturally disposed toward.|
He is favourably disposed towards the proposals.
|enjoin||Instruct or urge (someone) to do something.|
He was enjoined from using the patent.
|fain||Having made preparations.|
I am weary and would fain get a little rest.
|given||Specified or stated.|
Given the engine s condition it is a wonder that it started.
|gladly||In a willing manner.|
This was gladly agreed to.
|greet||Express greetings upon meeting someone.|
Some of the customers greeted the barman in Gaelic.
|happily||In a happy way.|
Happily today s situation is very different.
|inclined||At an angle to the horizontal or vertical position.|
An inclined ramp.
|luckily||It is fortunate that.|
Luckily for me it s worked out.
|minded||Naturally disposed toward.|
I am not minded to answer any questions.
|obedience||Observance of a monastic rule.|
Obedience to moral standards.
|obedient||Dutifully complying with the commands or instructions of those in authority.|
|obey||Behave in accordance with (a general principle, natural law, etc.|
The universe was complex but it obeyed certain rules.
|partiality||Unfair bias in favour of one person or thing; favouritism.|
Miller s partiality for flowering shrubs is evident.
|participation||The action of taking part in something.|
Participation in chapel activities.
|prone||Lying flat, especially face downwards.|
A prone position.
|submission||Something (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.
|submissive||Abjectly submissive characteristic of a slave or servant S H Adams.|
She has become submissive and subservient.
|thankfully||Let us be thankful that.|
He accepted thankfully my apologies.
|tractable||Easily managed (controlled or taught or molded.|
Trying to make the mathematics tractable.
|volitional||Relating to the use of one’s will.|
Acceptance is a volitional act.
|voluntary||Under the conscious control of the brain.|
A voluntary confession.
|willing||The act of making a choice.|
Willing and prompt obedience.