Knowing and Voluntary


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Knowing adjective – Made, given, or done with full awareness of what one is doing.
Usage example: after giving knowing offense to people of Italian ancestry, he gave the lame excuse that it had all been a joke

Voluntary and knowing are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Voluntary" instead an adjective "Knowing".
Nearby Words: know, known, knowingly
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Voluntary adjective – Done, made, or given with one's own free will.
Usage example: a voluntary contribution to the school's fund-raising drive

Knowing and voluntary are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Knowing" instead an adjective "Voluntary".
Nearby Words: volunteer, voluntarily, voluntarism, voluntaryism
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use knowing use voluntary use
servant knowing servant voluntary servant
scoff knowing scoff voluntary scoff
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