Willingness - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈwɪlɪŋnəs|  American pronunciation of the word willingness
Brit.  |ˈwɪlɪŋnəs|  British pronunciation of the word willingness

noun

- cheerful compliance

he expressed his willingness to help

Examples

He was a willing participant in the crime.

She's lending a willing hand.

She expressed the willingness to work for us.

he expressed his willingness to help

Her willingness to spend freely made her popular among her friends.

...the essentials for success include a willingness to work and the right attitude...

They have demonstrated a willingness to negotiate.

...the naturalist is known for her willingness to expatiate on any number of issues relating to wildlife and the environment...

...completing the survival course is largely a matter of one's willingness to outbrave both the elements and the specter of total isolation...

A desire for tranquillity had crept on him, and a willingness to let others act and even think for him.

The Russians have already indicated their willingness to cooperate.

Both sides have signaled their willingness to start negotiations.

...his regardful willingness to let his elderly father carve the turkey this year...

Employers today put a premium on reasoning skills and willingness to learn.

your willingness after these six arduous days to remain here

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