Definitions for voluntarily

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. voluntarily(adverb)

    out of your own free will

    "he voluntarily submitted to the fingerprinting"

Wiktionary

  1. voluntarily(Adverb)

    In a voluntary manner.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Voluntarily(adverb)

    in a voluntary manner; of one's own will; spontaneously

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Eddie Ray Routh:

    Voluntarily induced intoxication is not an excuse for the mentally ill.

  2. Verene Shepherd:

    How did Cameroonians reach over here? They never came over here voluntarily.

  3. Valentina Melnikova:

    Of course it was an order. How could it be voluntarily ? They are servicemen.

  4. Paul Zimmerman:

    Let's face it, most teenagers will not want this product voluntarily, it is up to the parent.

  5. Frazier Glenn Cross:

    I voluntarily sacrificed my freedom for my people, do you see fear in me? You see a proud white man.

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