He would try on four separate occasions to volunteer for the Allied cause and be shot down every time.
Women suicide bombers seem to volunteer for personal reasons.
At first, it was a volunteer mission: Klaus wanted to learn, and to help.
One volunteer said, "We're down here to save the whales, not to make a television show."
Women do volunteer and women are victims—you have to think in nuanced kind of way.
"I never did; but I think I can do it," replied the volunteer.
They, too, so it appeared, were members of the volunteer Force.
He decided to volunteer without telling her before hand that he meant to do so.
He was imprisoned for the publication of the volunteer's Journal in Dublin.
"I was not aware that there was a volunteer system in England," said the aid, whom we now understood was Colonel Hensen.
c.1600, "one who offers himself for military service," from Middle French voluntaire, noun use of adj. meaning "voluntary," from Latin voluntarius "voluntary, of one's free will" (see voluntary). Non-military sense is first recorded 1630s. The verb is first recorded 1755, from the noun. Tennessee has been the Volunteer State since the Mexican War, when a call for 2,800 volunteers brought out 30,000 men.