Another word for voluntary
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These adjectives mean being or resulting from one's own free will. Voluntary implies the operation of unforced choice: “Ignorance, when it is voluntary, is criminal” (Samuel Johnson). Intentional applies to something undertaken to further a plan or realize an aim: “I will abstain from all intentional wrongdoing and harm” (Hippocratic Oath). Deliberate stresses premeditation and full awareness of the character and consequences of one's acts: taking deliberate and decisive action. Willful implies deliberate, headstrong persistence in a self-determined course of action: a willful waste of time. Willing suggests ready or cheerful acquiescence in the proposals or requirements of another: “The first requisite of a good citizen … is that he shall be able and willing to pull his weight” (Theodore Roosevelt).
Another word for voluntaryadjective
Of or relating to free exercise of the will:volitional, willing. See willing
Done by one's own choice:free, spontaneous, uncompelled, unforced, volitional, willful. See willing
Contributing one's time without pay:uncompensated, unpaid, unrecompensed, unremunerated, unsalaried. See pay, work
Done or said on purpose:deliberate, intended, intentional, purposeful, willful, witting. See purpose