All Adjective
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  • He is also willing to help his friends if they have difficulty in school.
  • People are more willing to go places and feel a sense of independence.
  • He was good to work with because he was open and he was willing to give.
  • He becomes more and more willing to learn something about England during his visit.
  • The design of a park may determine who is willing to use it.
  • Several years passed before he finally found a willing teacher.
  • The primary owner of the company may not be willing to take the financial risk alone.
  • They were never willing to give us complete control.
  • Soon after, he was asked to teach groups who were willing to pay him for his knowledge.
  • They were willing to lend their military might to keep the kingdom together.
  • No official investigation as to the cause of Willing's death was ever performed.
  • Apartments were built to house those willing to pay court to the king.
  • Foreign leaders were willing to deal directly through her.
  • Neither side really sought a major civil war, nor was either side ever willing to negotiate.
  • As a result, they are willing and able to pay a very high land rent value.
  • Their strength of will made them capable of actually willing their own bodies to shut down and kill themselves.
  • The actor mentions he has no money and he would be willing to work for it.
  • Demand is the amount that people are willing to buy at a specific price.
  • Jesus also said that no man has a greater love than when he is willing to lay down his life for his friends.
  • Church members and leaders had to be willing to take up arms and fight for the United States.
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Root form of willing is will for the verb.

Meaning of willing

  • verb Decree or ordain
    God wills our existence
  • verb Determine by choice
    This action was willed and intended
  • adjective Disposed or inclined toward
    a willing participant, willing helpers