Adjective: willing wi-ling
Noun: willing wi-ling
- Disposed or inclined toward
"a willing participant"; "willing helpers"
- Not brought about by coercion or force
"the confession was willing";
- uncoerced, unforced
Verb: will wil
- The act of making a choice
- Expresses the future tense
"tomorrow it will be sunny"
- Decree or ordain
"God wills our existence"
- Determine by choice
"This action was willed and intended"
- Leave or give by will after one's death
"My aunt willed me all her jewellery";
- bequeath, leave
- Expresses a request for action
"will you clean it for me?"
- Wish strongly as if to make happen
"he willed the clouds to rain"
Derived forms: willings
See also: compliant, consenting, disposed, disposition, fain [archaic], glad, happy, inclined, prepared, ready, temperament, volitional, voluntary, willing and able
Type of: choice, decide, determine, gift, give, make up one's mind, option, ordain, pick, present, selection
Encyclopedia: Willing, New York Will