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- adj. not reluctant
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Jason flashed his twisted and infectious smile, letting her know that he was willing and able to deliver the full Monty—warm friendship and wanton fucking—-whenever she said the word.
I've made the point to the Tongan Prime Minister that Australia stands very willing and able to render whatever assistance we can as part of that process.
Those who are willing and able to read a splendid passage for themselves on this paradoxical-sounding subject will find it on page xii. of the Address to the Godly and Judicious Reader in Samuel Rutherford's Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself.
Finally, Morris found it difficult to develop managers who were willing and able to operate a Ford-style mass-production system.
His only hope was that this time the poltergeist was ready, willing and able to terrorize someone besides Mrs. Nichols.