Examples from the Web for willingly
The letter attacks Braley for having “willingly voted for extreme measures that threaten the lives of unborn children.”
Of course, this was greeted with a round of applause and whoops from her room of willingly incarcerated followers.
We willingly give our health care providers a wealth of data about ourselves.
McCaskill told me the victim had willingly gone home from a bar with the defendant—but then things took a dark turn.The Sexual Assault Case That Haunts Claire McCaskill|Olivia Nuzzi|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Back then she was “forced,” but soon she started to hustle on corners “willingly,” and was paid for sex.
He would not willingly allow the theory of burglars to crumble.The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
Yorkshire will not willingly let the fame of her Nevison die.The Great North Road: York to Edinburgh|Charles G. Harper
Its scroll is turned up at the ends like a scout's mouth, because he does his duty with a smile and willingly.Boy Scouts Handbook|Boy Scouts of America
Would he, perhaps, now that he had made me his aide, trust her to me as willingly as to the chevalier?The Rose of Old St. Louis|Mary Dillon
Let him carry that, and I will willingly compromise for all the rest.Memoirs of the Court and Cabinets of George the Third, Volume 2 (of 2)|The Duke of Buckingham
British Dictionary definitions for willingly
Word Origin and History for willingly
Old English willendliche; see will (v.).
Idioms and Phrases with willingly
see ready, willing, and able; spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.