voluntary

Part of speech: adverb

Voluntarily.

Part of speech: noun

Voluntariness.

Part of speech: adjective

Unconstrained; intentional; volitional; free.

Part of speech: adjective

Possessing or exercising will.

Part of speech: adjective

Subject to will, as a muscle or movement.

Part of speech: noun

Any work or performance not compelled.

Part of speech: noun

An organ solo before, during, or after a religious service.

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Usage examples "voluntary":

  1. As for the general expenses of the Roman Catholic worship, which in point of fact no more specially concern the Romans than they do the Champenois, a voluntary contribution made by one hundred and thirty- nine millions of men would amply provide for them. - "The Roman Question", Edmond About.
  2. It was the first time he had ever seen a man take a voluntary bath in Surprise Rapids, he said. - "Down the Columbia", Lewis R. Freeman.
  3. Surrounded by complete spiritual solitude, a voluntary outlaw from the practical thought of his time, the current of emotional and practical life which bore most of his contemporaries to affluence and popularity flowed entirely outside his mental boundary. - "Lafcadio Hearn", Nina H. Kennard.