What is another word for willing?

519 synonyms found


[ wˈɪlɪŋ], [ wˈɪlɪŋ], [ w_ˈɪ_l_ɪ_ŋ]

The word "willing" can express a readiness or eagerness to do something. There are many synonyms for this common word, such as "eager," "ready," "willing and able," "disposed," "inclined," "enthusiastic," "keen," "prepared," "game," and "open to." These words have similar meanings, but can be used in different contexts depending on the situation. For instance, "prepared" might be used in a more practical way, while "enthusiastic" connotes a more emotional response. Regardless, having a variety of synonyms for "willing" allows for more dynamic writing and speaking, and can help people convey exactly the right message.

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What are the opposite words for willing?

Antonyms for the word willing are unwilling, hesitant, unenthusiastic, resistant, and indecisive. If someone is unwilling, it means that they are not prepared to do something, and often their minds may not be changed, no matter how hard you try to convince them. On the other hand, being hesitant means to be uncertain, unsure of oneself or the situation, afraid to take a risk or action. Unenthusiastic means not having the same level of excitement or passion for something as others. Resistant means to oppose something or to refuse to be changed in thinking, attitude, or behavior. Indecisive means to be hesitant or uncertain in making decisions.

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Usage examples for Willing

But the love of opera is there, and so deeply rooted, that, rather than be without it, people are willing to accept what they can get.
"The Operatic Problem"
William Johnson Galloway
I don't know anyone who would be willing to go as the 'Fainting Fly,' so we'll have to do without him, I guess.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
He had told her a thousand times that she was all the world to him, and she had replied a thousand times that she asked nothing more, and that, so long as she could be that, she was willing to bear solitude, and endure even privation.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee

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