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Another word for voluntary

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Adjective
  1. Of or relating to free exercise of the will

    See also:

    willing

  2. Done by one's own choice

    See also:

    willing

  3. Contributing one's time without pay

    See also:

    work

    pay

  4. Done or said on purpose

    See also:

    purpose

Noun
  1. Someone who offers his or her services freely

      1. (Law) A person who works without pay or assumes an obligation to which he or she is not a party or otherwise interested.
      2. A person who performs or offers to perform a service voluntarily:
      3. A person who chooses freely to enter naval or military service, without being compelled to do so by law

Another word for voluntary

Synonym Study

  • Willful implies obstinate and perverse determination to follow one's own will despite influences, arguments, advice, etc. in opposition a willful refusal
  • Deliberate implies full realization of the significance of what one intends to do and of its effects a deliberate lie
  • Intentional applies to that which is done on purpose for a definite reason and is in no way accidental an intentional slight
  • Voluntary implies the exercise of one's own free choice or will in an action, whether or not external influences are at work voluntary services