from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Voluntarily; as a volunteer.
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While the average cost of 'listing a man "volunteerly" rarely exceeded the modest sum of 30s., the expense entailed through recruiting him by means of the press-gang ranged from 3s. 9d. per head in 1570
We're leaving now how could I guess my innocent gift for Anders' birthday would turn him in to a man who volunteerly gets up at 7:30am on a Sunday morning to go for a walk in the mountains?
Their hotel is of the most littles, but I rest here very volunteerly since longtime.
Any rights that are volunteerly given up, some have fought and died for there prerservation ...
I dont want to see his name pulled, but at the same token, whoever said he should volunteerly take his OWN name off, that makes sense.
But if you don't choose to enter volunteerly, then I must take you against your wills "