willing

Would vs Willing - What's the difference?

would | willing |


As verbs the difference between would and willing

is that would is (lb) as a past-tense form of (will) while willing is .

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a noun willing is

(rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Open vs Willing - What's the difference?

open | willing |


As nouns the difference between open and willing

is that open is while willing is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a verb willing is

.

Willing vs Goal - What's the difference?

willing | goal |


As nouns the difference between willing and goal

is that willing is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will while goal is gaul.

As an adjective willing

is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a verb willing

is .

As a proper noun goal is

britain.

Interest vs Willing - What's the difference?

interest | willing |


As nouns the difference between interest and willing

is that interest is while willing is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

As verbs the difference between interest and willing

is that interest is to engage the attention of; to awaken interest in; to excite emotion or passion in, in behalf of a person or thing while willing is .

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

Willing vs Accepting - What's the difference?

willing | accepting |


As adjectives the difference between willing and accepting

is that willing is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course while accepting is characterized by acceptance.

As verbs the difference between willing and accepting

is that willing is while accepting is .

As a noun willing

is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Willing vs Permit - What's the difference?

willing | permit |


As verbs the difference between willing and permit

is that willing is while permit is .

As an adjective willing

is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a noun willing

is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Willing vs Up - What's the difference?

willing | up |


As verbs the difference between willing and up

is that willing is while up is to upturn, to turn over.

As an adjective willing

is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a noun willing

is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Decide vs Willing - What's the difference?

decide | willing |


As verbs the difference between decide and willing

is that decide is while willing is .

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a noun willing is

(rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

Decision vs Willing - What's the difference?

decision | willing |


As nouns the difference between decision and willing

is that decision is decision while willing is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will.

As an adjective willing is

ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

As a verb willing is

.

Willing vs Strive - What's the difference?

willing | strive |


As nouns the difference between willing and strive

is that willing is (rare|or|obsolete) the execution of a will while strive is (obsolete) an effort; a striving.

As verbs the difference between willing and strive

is that willing is while strive is to try to achieve a result; to make strenuous effort; to try earnestly and persistently.

As an adjective willing

is ready to do something that is not (can't be expected as) a matter of course.

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