I. VOLITION IN GENERAL
1. Acts of volition
docility, docibleness; persuasibleness, persuasibility; pliability (softness) [more].
geniality, cordiality; goodwill; alacrity, readiness, earnestness, forwardness; eagerness (desire) [more].
labor of love; volunteer, volunteering.
[Verbs] be willing; incline, lean to, mind, propend; had as lief; lend a willing ear, give a willing ear, turn a willing ear; have a half a mind to, have a great mind to; hold to, cling to; desire [more].
swallow the bait, nibble at the bait; gorge the hook; have no scruple of, make no scruple of; make no bones of; jump at, catch at; meet halfway; volunteer.
ready, forward, earnest, eager; bent upon (desirous) [more]; predisposed, propense.
[Adverbs] willingly; fain, freely, as lief, heart and soul; with pleasure, with all one's heart, with open arms; with good will, with right will; de bonne volonte, ex animo; con amore, heart in hand, nothing loth, without reluctance, of one's own accord, graciously, with a good grace.
a la bonne heure; by all means, by all manner of means; to one's heart's content; yes (assent) [more].