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Volitional

Pronunciation: [ voh-lish-uh-nl ]


Origin: Early 17th century; Latin

Etymology: from French, or from medieval Latin volitio(n- ), from volo ‘I wish’


Definition:

1. (adjective) done of one’s own will or choosing; deliberately decided or chosen

Synonym(s): free, unforced, voluntary

Antonym(s): forced, involuntary

Example: Acceptance is a volitional act.

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