This name had stuck to the hunter, who, nolens volens, had been compelled to accept it.
Lionbruno, nolens volens, was obliged to marry the princess.
He was tied to the tail-gate of a wagon, and thus trudged all day "nolens volens."
nolens volens tries it by a process like "Achilles and the Tortoise."
Married he was determined to be, nolens volens; and that was the long and the short of it.
Let us now examine the second case, when a foreign code is, nolens volens, forced upon a nation by a superior power.
Well, thank heavens, when you do come back you will be nolens volens a fixture.
Tis possible the arch hell-hound may not relish this breakfast, yet, nolens volens, he must swallow it.
nolens volens, for a time they must stay where they are, however they may chafe at this fresh halt—as before, a forced one.
But the case becomes widely different when the empiric requires that, nolens volens, you shall swallow them.