What is another word for ungrudgingly?

Pronunciation: [ʌnɡɹˈʌd͡ʒɪŋlɪ] (IPA)

Ungrudgingly is an adverb that describes an action or gesture that is done willingly and without any hesitation or reluctance. Some of the synonyms for this word include generously, freely, open-heartedly, wholeheartedly, willingly, cheerfully, cordially, and graciously. These words all convey a similar meaning of giving or doing something without any ill-will or resentment. Whether it's offering help to somebody in need or giving praise to someone who deserves it, doing so ungrudgingly means doing it with a positive and open attitude. Whatever the particular situation, finding synonyms for ungrudgingly will help you find the right words to convey the sense of openness and generosity you're seeking.

What are the opposite words for ungrudgingly?

Ungrudgingly means doing something willingly and without reservation. Its antonyms are words that convey the opposite meaning of reluctance, hesitation, or refusal. Some of the antonyms for ungrudgingly include begrudgingly, unwillingly, reluctantly, hesitantly, unenthusiastically, and hesitatingly. Begrudgingly suggests doing something with ill-will, grudgingly, or resentfully. Unwillingly and reluctantly convey a lack of eagerness, enthusiasm, or willingness to do something. Hesitantly implies hesitation or uncertainty in doing something. Unenthusiastically suggests a lack of energy, motivation, or interest. Overall, ungrudgingly's antonyms imply a negative or hesitant attitude towards doing something willingly or without reservation.

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Usage examples for Ungrudgingly

Yes, it was all very beautiful and picturesque, and Roy admitted the fact ungrudgingly; he was very anxious to discover merits and lovable qualities in the place which was to be his home for the better part of the next two years.
"The Crimson Sweater"
Ralph Henry Barbour
"I execute her will ungrudgingly and with the conviction that it is the right and proper course for me to take," he continued.
"Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose"
Grant Allen
It was only now, as she came so very close to him for the first time since the mortification of the morning, and he saw the smoothness of her pink-brown cheeks, that he could ungrudgingly give her full credit for shooting him down.
"Nan of Music Mountain"
Frank H. Spearman

Famous quotes with Ungrudgingly

  • While reasonable men will ungrudgingly submit to such curtailment of their liberties as will promote at least the greater liberty of all, to the exact degree to which such curtailment may become will the enforcement of it have to rest on force. Force against reason: reason, because it has the power of enlisting force to fight for it, will win. From the recognition of that truth has come democracy.
    Rockwell Kent

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