quasiwilling

willing

[wil-ing]
adjective
1.
disposed or consenting; inclined: willing to go along.
2.
cheerfully consenting or ready: a willing worker.
3.
done, given, borne, used, etc., with cheerful readiness.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English. See will2, -ing2

willingly, adverb
willingness, noun
overwilling, adjective
overwillingly, adverb
overwillingness, noun
prewilling, adjective
prewillingly, adverb
prewillingness, noun
quasi-willing, adjective
quasi-willingly, adverb


1. minded.
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willing (ˈwɪlɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  favourably disposed or inclined; ready
2.  cheerfully or eagerly compliant
3.  done, given, accepted, etc, freely or voluntarily
 
'willingly
 
adv
 
'willingness
 
n

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willing
O.E. willendliche; see will (v.).
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