Adjective "Willing" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈwɪlɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Ready, eager, or prepared to do something.
  1. 'He was ready and willing to walk away from the city and put the fight on another month and in another city but executives at Madison Square Garden convinced him to stay in town.'
  2. 'At Imprint, what we require of volunteers is to be enthusiastic, eager and willing to learn.'
  3. 'Yesterday the manager was quoted as saying he was ready and willing to sign the new deal, but after the intervention of the Irishmen that agreement must now surely be on hold.'
  4. 'A man of deep faith, he helped out in many of the church undertakings and was always ready and willing to support such ventures.'
  5. 'Now she has a corps of enthusiastic volunteers, ready, willing and able to take on other people's crises.'
  6. 'Marie maintains a list of people ready and willing to fill positions and as an extra bonus to employers there are wage subsidies available.'
  7. 'The American People are ready, willing, and able to mount - and succeed in - a mission to Mars.'
  8. 'A lady of kind and gentle disposition, she was always ready and willing to lend help and encouragement and was a top class neighbour and friend.'
  9. 'One thing Witmer tries to emphasize to students is she is ready and willing to communicate with students about issues important to them.'
  10. 'Neither is ready or willing to be put out to grass and they are hardly candidates for the sporting knacker's yard, a fact that Paterson readily concedes himself.'
  11. 'willing and prompt obedience'
  12. 'What is required of God's people is a willing obedience to be led through an incredible series of events.'

Definitions

1. disposed or consenting; inclined: willing to go along.

2. cheerfully consenting or ready: a willing worker.

3. done, given, borne, used, etc., with cheerful readiness.

More examples(as adjective)

"manufacturers can be willing in states."

"people can be willing with people."

"people can be willing in principles."

"places can be willing to bids."

"places can be willing for organizations."

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