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- adv. Willingly or decidedly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a volitional manner; as respects volition; by the act of willing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a willing manner
Is America prepared to accept an Afghan civilian casualty toll of about 1 million -- killed volitionally or collaterally as we did in Iraq.?
He wants to be the first nonspeaking autist to go away volitionally to school.
Like the Israelis, we score a military victory but further alienate a population -- a population that is sometimes coerced into cooperation, but is often volitionally complicit as well.
A pistol grip on a 12 ga. shotgun works if the shooter does not plan to volitionally hit anything: recoil on 1.25 oz of lead exiting at 1330 fps (2 3/4″ shotshell with #4 Buck) is 32 ft-lbs.
Humans are volitionally conscious beings, which is a fancy way of saying that we can always make our own choices.
And will claim that it is not really the fault of the people who actually made these mistakes as I recall, no one has come forward yet claiming that he/she was forced at gun point to sign any of these loan documents, which means they were signed volitionally and voluntarily, but is the fault of the evil rich, the greedy mortgage bankers, or the villain du jour.
When people volitionally reduce calories coming in by dieting they also decrease calories going out involuntarily.
As I mentioned earlier, these folks went into the study volitionally and had it all explained to them at the start.
He might decide the odds are low (say 1 in 20) yet still volitionally deliberate about whether he ought to attempt to escape.
Because the researchers volitionally put it there.
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