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Adjective: willing  wi-ling
  1. Disposed or inclined toward
    "a willing participant"; "willing helpers"
  2. Not brought about by coercion or force
    "the confession was willing";
    - uncoerced, unforced
Noun: willing  wi-ling
  1. The act of making a choice
    - volition
Verb: will  wil
  1. Expresses the future tense
    "tomorrow it will be sunny"
  2. Decree or ordain
    "God wills our existence"
  3. Determine by choice
    "This action was willed and intended"
  4. Leave or give by will after one's death
    "My aunt willed me all her jewellery";
    - bequeath, leave
  5. Expresses a request for action
    "will you clean it for me?"
  6. 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

Antonym: unwilling

Encyclopedia: Willing, New York

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