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Voluntary 1Definition: Proceeding from the will; produced in or by an act of choice.
Voluntary 2Definition: Done by design or intention; intentional; purposed; intended; not accidental; as, if a man
kills another by lopping a tree, it is not voluntary manslaughter.
Voluntary 3Definition: Of or pertaining to the will; subject to, or regulated by, the will; as, the voluntary
motions of an animal, such as the
movements of the leg or arm (in distinction from involuntary
motions, such as the
movements of the heart); the voluntary muscle
fibers, which are the
agents in voluntary motion.
Voluntary 4Definition: Endowed with the power of willing; as, man is a voluntary agent.
Voluntary 5Definition: Free; without compulsion; according to the will, consent, or agreement, of a party; without consideration; gratuitous; without valuable consideration.
Voluntary 6Definition: Of or pertaining to voluntaryism; as, a voluntary church, in distinction from an established or state church.
Voluntary 7Definition: One who
engages in any affair of his own free will; a volunteer.
Voluntary 8Definition: A piece played by a musician, often extemporarily, according to his fancy; specifically, an organ solo played before, during, or after divine service.
Voluntary 9Definition: One who
voluntary 10Definition: composition (often improvised) for a solo instrument (especially solo organ) and not a regular part of a service or performance
voluntary 11Definition: (military) a person who freely
enlists for service
voluntary 12Definition: of your own free will or design; not forced or compelled; "man is a voluntary agent"; "participation was voluntary"; "voluntary manslaughter"; "voluntary generosity in times of disaster"; "voluntary social
workers"; "a voluntary confession"
voluntary 13Definition: controlled by individual volition; "voluntary