How To Use Willing In A Sentence

  • Who is willing to believe that Alexandria is exactly 5000 stadia from Syene, whatever the value of the stadium?
  • It had multiple shooters, multiple locations, mobile threats, willingness to fight the first responders and follow-on SWAT/commando units, well-equipped and well-trained operatives, and a willingness to die. Cliff Schecter: The Terrorist and the Terror Watch List
  • Over 20 factors were analyzed amongst the DUI attorneys sampled, including whether free consultations are offered, if a lawyer is willing to do 'outcall' (meaning they will meet with potential clients outside the office), how aggressive the defense of the client is, the degree to which each client is offered access to their lawyer, how much time is spent with each client talking by phone or over email, and other factors. WebWire | Recent Headlines
  • Unless you're willing to bone up on the subject, you're better off to assess his technical ability by asking for references and checking them out.
  • How anyone could have read some sinister intent into those views is indeed puzzling, and illustrates well how those damned Jewshow certain hypersensitive and overly privileged people who feel superior to the rest of the world are willing to cut their own throats for short term advantage by using unjustified charges of anti-semitism to point out how they take advantage of their position in any nation or institution who trusts them so as to benefit their own in group at the expense of that nation or institution. The Volokh Conspiracy » Why Catholics and Jews?
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  • The institute says that less than 1 per cent of households would willingly pay for the meters if they had a choice. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you're not just in love but willing to go through the highs and lows because of that love, then I want people to know they're not alone.
  • The work of regulatory agencies was also undermined by budget cuts and a concerted unwillingness to enforce existing regulations.
  • If you are a Nature subscriber, or willing to pay the weregild, my short story "Annie Webber" is live there today. Anonymous moves into the real world, calling for flash-crowd style protests on February 10th.
  • Whether these positive initiatives will be enough to overcome disappointment on the limited over-all budget reduction will depend on the extent to which the investor is willing to look beyond near-term sluggishness in North American growth. Budget '85 Special Meeting of The Empire Club of Canada
  • I would argue that this "mire" in which we have so willingly immersed ourselves results from our refusal to use labels. What is an Atheist?
  • I currently am in doubtful mode, but I am willing to see what comes of this mixture. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 Gets Ready To SAW Audiences In October – Collider.com
  • He was moody and unwilling to make the usual politenesses.
  • We are always willing to assist you in...
  • So we willingly follow his two small, sad pink beings through the various trials of life and myth.
  • The commercial bank is willing to lend money to these customers.
  • To fix a passage of play, you need the captain and a willing accomplice or two. Times, Sunday Times
  • Zechariah, however, is given a punitive sign, while the annunciation to Mary concludes with her pledge of willing submission.
  • Another (even greater) problem was that she was unwilling to submit to her dictates or prostrate herself in abject submission.
  • We hope to grow old, yet we fear old age; that is, we are willing to live, and afraid to die. 
  • Studies have shown that end users are already overloaded and are therefore not willing to participate in archival training sessions.
  • A City priest vowed yesterday that he is no longer willing to turn the other cheek and tolerate the repeated acts of wanton vandalism to the windows of the presbytery which is also his home.
  • In a key speech, the Queen indicated she was willing to pay tax.
  • The statement affirmed the two countries' willingness to maintain their diplomatic, economic and military ties.
  • When faced with mass desertion, regiments often lacked the personnel to pursue the scofflaws, and soldiers could count on the sympathy of civilians willing to give them jobs rather than report them.
  • PERRY: There's no question about it, parents who are comfortable with a child who gets a C or D, parents who are comfortable dropping their child off at a school that they no is ragged -- they have watched that school undereducate a generation or two -- parents who are willing to go down and fuss and fight when their child doesn't play on the basketball team, but are unwilling to go down and fight the same way when that child is not being served in -- in the classroom. CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2009
  • Nothing is impossible to willing mind (or heart). 
  • While I am willing to help, I do not have much time available.
  • The mark of every successful entrepreneur is his or her willingness to borrow from family and friends.
  • The rebel leaders stated that they are willing to enter into dialogue with the government.
  • I'd bet to take the happiness of this life, how do you be willing to let me lose.
  • From early spring to late fall, he will leave his apartment, limp across the street and coax whoever is willing to play patty-cake with him until the bus arrives.
  • The government is at a stage where it is willing to talk to almost anyone.
  • The truth is we'll never know for sure who would have been better, but the simple fact that party leaders are unwilling to allow its voters to hash these questions out for themselves is troubling.
  • This continued until war broke out and when war broke out, General Hertzog, again with his strong feeling of South Africanism, said, "While we do not wish to be disassociated from the British Empire, while we are willing to remain with the British Empire on the same footing as heretofore, we do not see why we should declare war now, why we should not maintain neutrality and the status quo, even though Great Britain go into war. Racial Relations in the Union of South Africa
  • In destinations such as Sharm el-Sheikh, which attract willing but poor hands from across the country looking for work, the effect is magnified. Egypt economy awaits its lost tourists
  • With higher ocean temperature we often find more mackerel, bass and mullet willing to feed.
  • But unlike Karl Barth or Paul Tillich, for example, who saw themselves as fusing philosophy and theology, Rosenstock-Huessy refused to see himself primarily as a philosopher or theologian ” though when the term philosopher was qualified by the preceding ˜social™, he was more willing to accept that designation. [ Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy
  • Many of the president's erstwhile critics seem willing to give him a chance.
  • A person does not take one emotional thump in the face and willingly put himself up for more. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Ivorians seemed willing to be heard, but none of them seemed willing to listen.
  • It suggests a sense of humour, a willingness to make an effort, an aspiration towards the airy, healthy, beardless Scandinavian lifestyle.
  • If you don't know what a carcake is which you probably don't, because as far as I know I invented the term, it's a great big loaf of snow that sits atop a motor vehicle after a snowstorm which the driver was either unable or unwilling to clear. The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Cakes and Cheese
  • He is so eager to accommodate his supporters and contributors that there seems to be very little that he is not willing to do for them at the expense of the public interest.
  • Have positive work attitude and be willing and able to work diligently without supervision.
  • We might speculate that those with dementia would be less willing to participate in a research project than the mentally fit.
  • The locals will have to stay resolute in the face of the invading British hordes, but it's hard to imagine they would ever be willing to swap chorizo and fino for burgers and beer.
  • The critical step is for clinicians to be willing to enter the arena and to participate.
  • Although Mr. Smith didn't fully solo until this last tune, throughout the set his polyrhythmic drumming evoked a movie with four subplots going at once, all of which, I'd be willing to wager, are better than the latest Harry Potter movie, even in 3D. The Sound Way Down in the Underground
  • willing helpers
  • (If you are willing to postulate a matter-antimatter explosive, aka a positronium bomb, then P can increase by the maximal amount from 0 to e/3.) Dark Matter: Still Existing
  • In part the decline in this willingness has an economic base.
  • Her unwillingness to answer questions undermined the strength of her position.
  • You may be able to be rescued for one day, but the next day another will come and you will again willingly prostrate yourself before him. NAKED EMPIRE
  • I didn't realize Vikki wasn't willing to break her healthy habits and was unable to convince her to share fish 'n chips with me.
  • I can't imagine a circumstance in which I would be willing to steal.
  • The results? About 90 percent of the participants pulled a switch to reroute the boxcar, suggesting people are willing to violate a moral rule if it means minimizing harm.
  • Are we willing to be the alpha and the omega rather than stand in the middle all the time?
  • I wouldn't mind getting a primer from some reputable person with experience running houseboys, or houseboys who are willing to share their experiences.
  • The extract inclosed, which is taken from an official publication of the Belgian Government, and the extract from an official statement by the Belgian Minister of War, prove that the Belgian Government had never connived, or been willing to connive, at the breach of the treaty that made the maintenance of Belgian neutrality an international obligation. The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915 What Americans Say to Europe
  • People are unwilling to go to a psychiatrist or psychologist for the fear of being labelled mad.
  • Other, roumyng the cities vp and downe and caryeng alway in bottles faire watre and fresshe, if any man be disposed to drinke, vnasked they willingly proffre it him, and refuse not to take, if he for their gentlenesse offre aught vnto them agayn. The Fardle of Facions, conteining the aunciente maners, customes and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affricke and Asie
  • Vulnerability is not weakness, and the uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure we face every day are not optional. Our only choice is a question of engagement. Our willingness to own and engage with our vulnerability determines the depth of our courage and the clarity of our purpose; the level to which we protect ourselves from being vulnerable is a measure of our fear and disconnection. Brene Brown 
  • In 1974, Lawrence Stone identified "the absence of charismatic leadership" during Edward VI's reign as one of the causes for political instability yet the behavior of Mary's household suggests that Catholics, in particular the Catholic dependents associated with Mary's household, had found in the princess householder a leader of sufficient thaumaturgical charisma that they were willing to risk death on her behalf. 95 From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • Very few workers were willing to cross the picket line .
  • If I didn't have a shoulder to lean on or a compassionate ear willing to listen to me rant, I might've been tempted to quit.
  • And there is a smell of arrack in the air as the men talk, the few that are willing to.
  • And there are plenty of military types willing to concede that the ‘plan’ may be a non-starter.
  • Many of the Confederates were of opinion that this decisive victory would be the end of the war, and that the North, seeing that the South was able as well as willing to defend the position it had taken up, would abandon the idea of coercing it into submission. With Lee in Virginia A Story of the American Civil War
  • He is ready and willing to yield to our importunate cries of faith.
  • Foster parents should be willing to commute, be bilingual and have dual nationality.
  • Ian Rush believes a willingness to defend from the front has helped Fernando Torres become the top striker in English football.
  • It should be noted that society was only willing to let these girls be heroines if they wore tight clothes and were beautiful.
  • Beginners are welcome - the only pre-requisite is a willingness to learn. Watercolor / Drawing Classes and Workshops
  • (I'm never home when it's on anyway) and setting the DVR to record it for later viewing seems more than I'm willing to do to expose my brain to the neuron-apoptosing and - necrosing antivaccinationist stupidity that Jenny routinely lays down, as lately I've been questioning whether any blog post, no matter how snarky and fun, is worth that kind of self-abuse. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Joseph said while some people were looking for instant gratification, one had to be willing to invest effort and energy to get the desired results.
  • Not that irredentist desires disappeared, only that fewer Frenchmen seemed willing to go to war over the issue in 1914 than in previous years.
  • Such is human nature in the West that a great many people are often willing to sacrifice higher pay for the privilege of becoming white collar workers.
  • As long as you are willing, please let me know what I can do for you. When you are unhappy and want to cry on somebody's shoulder, I will stand before you immediately.
  • That made him careless about liberty and willing to use the authority of the state to create the sort of society he wanted to see.
  • The only requirements are patience, a willingness to learn and a readiness to let go of the habits of a lifetime.
  • The ETF as envisioned is a great tool for silver investment for those unable or unwilling to buy, carry and store silver but what started as a way to encourage demand is now diverting demand from real silver which would tighten the supply and make us profits. Archive 2008-07-20
  • He then remembered that he was on duty and said he would be more than willing for Harry to borrow his car.
  • Many sports fans who would rather watch the Super Bowl with a bunch of beer-swilling buddies than be present at the birth of their first child often recite that fired old saw about hockey being more violent than any other sport.
  • He proved perfectly willing to disclose the secret. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit
  • Jay, I am willing to bet you a bagel-right here, right now, that Obama is a one-termer … let me know about the bet. These — THESE! — are my people « Dating Jesus
  • ECLECTICISM : Nor can we find any willingness to make common cause with false religiosity as long as Christianity is accepted as one among many legitimate viewpoints.
  • We were unwilling to waste energy conquering the high peak.
  • He proposed that only those countries which were willing and able should opt in to phase three.
  • Tom Staple would have willingly been impaled before a Committee of the House, could he by such self-sacrifice have infused his own spirit into the component members of the hebdomadal board. Barchester Towers
  • What phlegmatical reasons soever were made you," wrote the Queen, who but three weeks before had been so gentle and affectionate to her, ambassador, "how happeneth it that you will not remember, that when a man hath faulted and committed by abettors thereto, neither the one nor the other will willingly make their own retreat. History of the United Netherlands from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Year's Truce — Complete (1584-1609)
  • The girl he talked to was a listening ear, someone willing to share in his anxiety about an undeniably unsettling situation.
  • They're willing to do anything in service to any liberal with money, and then they'll turn around and in self-righteous indignation claim that they have cleaner hands than anybody in the news business who accepts advertising or expresses a point of view. Notable & Quotable
  • And if I have to sit wearing a swimming cap covered in electrodes to show willing, OK, so I will.
  • How willing were abolitionists to challenge both the accepted ways of acting publicly and by whom the action should be undertaken?
  • With items such as the sauces, he is more than willing to include or delete ingredients, as he says that everything is made fresh to order.
  • I have not been a learner of foreign languages for any significant lengths of time to be able to introspect usefully for the benefit of your discussion, but I have noted how on those few occasions, the change of costumes and locale has a truly powerful effect on my motivation, my willingness to be playful and adventurous, to take risks and experiment with new or old-new phrases and words. I is for Identity « An A-Z of ELT
  • The management is understood to be very unwilling to agree to this request.
  • The reassessment is the latest signal that the Obama administration is willing to re-evaluate the health impacts of chemicals that have been in widespread use. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • What is difficult to overlook is her record of being totally ineffective as a four-term assemblywomen, her inability or unwillingness to work with others, even within her own party, and her extreme positions on issues such as Medicare, social security, education, veterans affairs and many others. Mitchell Bard: The Tea Party All-Stars: The Worst of Extreme GOP Midterm Candidates
  • It was only then that she was aware of Nicandra standing silent in the doorway, unwilling to interrupt a conversation.
  • His willingness to shift his message allowed his rivals to ridicule him as an opportunistic flip-flopper. Times, Sunday Times
  • Trust takes time to build and comes through being willing to talk about your innermost thoughts and feelings. The Sun
  • England stood forth as the centre of opposition against Philip, and under the unwilling leadership of Elizabeth entered on its epic period of heroism, was stimulated to that remarkable outburst of energy and intellect and power which we call the Elizabethan age. The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 10
  • They contended that many foreign central banks were willing to absorb all the foreign currency earned by their exporting sectors that was not willingly held by their private sector in US dollar denominated assets.
  • But now he says he is willing to co-partner with Parcells on personnel choices - or pull back even more.
  • Willy-nilly and no doubt unwillingly, he is then drawn into the fight; in an instant the man in the middle has become the man in a muddle and nothing at all has been achieved.
  • The succession of blows—the Agency’s decision not to provide us with any security, followed by the horrifying SSCI report and its Additional Views section, then my colleague’s inability or unwillingness to retestify before the SSCI, and the continuing media onslaught—were overwhelming. Fair Game
  • I appreciate how the policier was willing to listen and take the information. creve - French Word-A-Day
  • A chance encounter in Moravia had provided him with a patron who was willing to fund his studies.
  • She says that her ex stopped feeding the cats (country people often don't provide food for outdoor cats) and that the two half-grown kittens weren't there when she went to pick them up (she had found a person willing to take them in.) Kitten Chan-ho and Kitten Chantho: Origins (Updated)
  • ISIS argues that among the biggest threats posed by Pyongyang's perceived advancement in uranium-enrichment is the North's historical willingness to export its nuclear technologies. U.S. Expects to Restart Bilateral Talks With Pyongyang by January
  • Dolly has discovered that the little West Highland puppy next door is willing to exchange cautious sniffs and snuffles under the fence and I think she's quite taken with the little mite.
  • Chloe has telekinesis, which basically means she can move things just by willing it.
  • From this verbal prestidigitator, we imbibe the lesson that both storyteller and con man make us willing victims. A Small-Town Sorcerer Casts His Spell
  • The banter was an excellent sign that the crew were very willing to establish solid cooperation and friendship based on mutual tolerance.
  • I do not believe we can repair the basic fabric of society until people who are willing to work have work. Work organizes life. It gives structure and discipline to life. Bill Clinton 
  • The very fact that people are willing to accept this in their daily lives kind of sickens me.
  • The workers are also concerned about the NAC's willingness to employ strike-breakers.
  • If a press release for this album exists, I'm willing to bet that it rails against "bling."
  • Some companies may also have less advantageous hedging positions than rivals, which will influence their willingness to cut. Times, Sunday Times
  • Marie maintains a list of people ready and willing to fill positions and as an extra bonus to employers there are wage subsidies available.
  • Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound.
  • Do you like to be deeply involved in all the daily detail, or are you a willing delegator?
  • I will say this: i find it fascinating that Gaddafi is willing to be so in your face about identifying as an African, dealing with Europeans in particular. eta: gaddafi's stylist. dc = kinda lit up right now.
  • There are already investors, mainly Greek companies, willing to subscribe for shares of the new issue.
  • We would also be willing to direct you to amply qualified optometrists, psychiatrists and educational institutions.
  • The influencer is clearly willing to work harder to ensure information flows through the Internet in sensible ways, but everyone else will need something more personal to happen as a result of tagging to warrant the amount of effort to do it. Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Looking At Social Media Ecologies
  • It's pretty much a rule of politics that when a party has been out of power for a while it is willing to tolerate a decent amount of ideological impurity in its presidential candidate.
  • As a result they are less willing to accept the increasing costs caused by disruption and seek to recover them through claims.
  • Older people have disposable income and leisure time, key factors in their willingness and ability to buy and use computers.
  • It is willing to be underhand and devious. Times, Sunday Times
  • First, both parties entering the process commit to selecting counsel who willingly bind themselves to prearranged ground rules.
  • Are you willing to support her and help with childcare? The Sun
  • But it's the willingness to indignify others, and the fact that we are still collectively holding our tongues -- as previous generations did about racism -- that lies at the root of many of the problems that vex us today. Robert Fuller: Racism and Rankism: We Won't Eradicate the One Until We Take on the Other
  • A great many (not all) liberals adopted embryonic stem cells as a cause for the same reason that they have embraced Global Warming: because they like the policy implications and automatically oppose the Bush Administration, the “neocons” and the “Religious Right”, not because they are willing to follow science whithersoever it leadeth. Stromata Blog:
  • The unlamented Soviet Union was able to develop an independent strategy to which its allies more or less willingly conformed.
  • The famous graziers and other people, how well willing soever they be taken to be, will not be known of their wealth, and by miscontentment of their loss, be grown stubborn and liberal of talk. The Reign of Mary Tudor
  • If you're willing to fly at night, you can get a much cheaper ticket.
  • No bank would be willing to underwrite such a loss.
  • Even though the authorities were unwilling to acknowledge the extent of the disaster, some Western aid was accepted.
  • He's willing to converse with anyone about the quotations on the stock market.
  • Finally I believe that we should ban exports of pharmaceuticals and licensing of pharmaceutical patents to developed countries which reduce through legislation the cost of a drug below what the manufacturer is willing to sell it in the US on the basis that this means that Americans are subsidizing, for example, drug costs in Canada. The Volokh Conspiracy » House Democratic Leaders Drop “Deem and Pass”
  • As a reward she is allowed to choose her husband and names Bertram, who unwillingly obeys the king's order to wed her.
  • HuffPost's Sam Stein writes, Unwilling or perhaps uneager to let go of last week's scuffle over Mitt Romney's controversial distortion of an old Barack Obama quote, the Democratic National Committee announced on Monday a major ad campaign attacking the former Massachusetts governor's character. HUFFPOST FUNDRACE - Obama Takes A Page From Bush, GOP Targets Obama Through TV Ads, Palin Dead Enders Want Her To Reconsider
  • Last year the head of the Army, General Sir Richard Dannatt, warned that a lack of public appreciation for Britain's military effort in Iraq and Afghanistan was in danger of "sapping" the willingness of troops to serve on dangerous operations. Archive 2008-05-01
  • These investors are generally more cautious than speculative hedge funds willing to take a punt at a higher price. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was much respected for his willingness to listen, and for the sincerity of his advice.
  • The banks and building societies willing to lend often have very similar deals. Times, Sunday Times
  • As demand theory predicts, the higher the premium or amount a consumer is requested to pay, the less likely a consumer will be willing to pay the premium.
  • Retailers, mainly garages and newsagents, have already privately canvassed staff on whether they would be willing to work on the Sabbath.
  • No bank would be willing to underwrite such a loss.
  • If I could retrieve it, sell it, I could use the money to rejuvenate Willington! A TROUT IN THE MILK
  • ‘What is it?’ said I. ‘Why,’ said she, ‘since God is rightly believed to govern all things with the rudder of goodness, and since all things do likewise, as I have taught, haste towards good by the very aim of nature, can it be doubted that His governance is willingly accepted, and that all submit themselves to the sway of the Disposer as conformed and attempered to His rule?’ Consolation of Philosophy
  • The plane juddered skyward, helped no doubt by the mental efforts of 100 twitchy passengers willing it into the air.
  • Last year the day was labelled a misnomer, with the majority of motorists ignoring it, although some said they would be willing to try public transport if the system were improved. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • All she there told him, ruing death for friend so young, algate sore unwilling God's rightwiseness to withsay. Ulysses
  • We find ourselves in a world system of globalization willing to sacrifice millions of human beings. Christianity Today
  • Roscosmos would be willing to build a new Soyuz space capsule solely for tourist flights to the space station, Mr. Davydov said, but only if an independent group helped fund the new capsule.
  • If you're willing to be prime minister without getting the public to vote for you, it's just lily-livered sissiness to let the fact your colleagues won't vote for you either stand in your way. newmatilda.com - Comments
  • The fund aims to provide financial assistance to deserving but cash-strapped students, willing to pursue tertiary education in the fields of science and technology.
  • Frankly, sir I'm well qualified for this position, Hopefully, you are willing to give me a probation work period to prove myself.
  • LondonThere aren't many clubs that secure you a quid off the door fee if you're wearing glasses, but Proud's new nerd-fest Geek Out! will willingly let you in cheap if you rock up sporting your nattiest frames. Clubs picks of the week
  • She fought him grimly, watched by other motorists unwilling to help, and then the man let go and ran.
  • Telecom has been unable or unwilling to make JetStream attractive to many of us.
  • Those who stared longest were more willing to share a toy in tests. The Sun
  • The company was willing to drag out the proceedings for years.
  • They make no effort to intergrade with the whites but they quite willing for us to support them totally. Australia, Day Seven « Hyperpat’s HyperDay
  • I mean, I'm willing to sacrifice my poulkes for some kugel and kishke. Carin Davis: Honey Cake: The Fruitcake of the Jews
  • As a movement, they are unwilling to align themselves with Biblical creationism.
  • She also weighed in Facebook's dominant position and the willingness of its users to "retrain" themselves. O'Reilly Radar - Insight, analysis, and research about emerging technologies.
  • Gamers are far more willing to accept a premise being used again and again than to have the same rehashed story appear repeatedly.
  • If, however, his Majesty were willing, as they hoped, to avoid discontenting all for the sake of satisfying one, it was possible that affairs might yet prosper. The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Complete (1555-84)
  • Even I eventually got sick of hearing about characters swilling whisky and driving at the same time.
  • But this served only to stimulate the already keen energies of the Federal forces, who waded knee-deep through the clear Potomac, and trudged along over the 'sacred soil' with a willingness unchecked by the cold nor'wester that raged on that July morning. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862
  • The edge was the rather prosaic one of willing deceit. Times, Sunday Times
  • They gave the officers to understand that far from wishing to act as enemies, they were willing to afford the shipwrecked people all the assistance in their power; but these barbarians shewed, on all occasions, a perfidiousness which is peculiar to the inhabitants of these climates; when the brig had sent biscuit on shore, they seized the half of it, and a few moments after, sold it at an exorbitant price, to those from whom they had stolen it. Naufrage de la frigate la Méduse. English
  • Governments , businesses, almost every arena of human societal organization, is not willing to wait that long.
  • His articulate grasp of issues and willingness to say risky things will favorably contrast him with the overcautious candidates who parse every poll-tested word.
  • Yet for some strange reason that I simply couldn't comprehend, he was distinctly unwilling to start unscrewing the doors from their hinges.
  • Allergan, a conservative company specializing in the opthalmology field, was willing to sell the product but did nothing to promote its cosmetic use and didn't even seek FDA approval until a management change in 1998. The Botox Boom
  • I might actually be willing to pay the normal retail price to buy or rent DVDs, if in exchange I get a guarantee of quality and a decent selection.
  • The vessel makes only a handful of voyages each year for up to 12 passengers willing to pay to swim with whale sharks and green turtles. Times, Sunday Times
  • A person does not take one emotional thump in the face and willingly put himself up for more. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a question which, of course, nobody could answer, and which, in fact, the fuglemen of ‘affirmative action’ were, and still are, very unwilling to have asked in public.
  • She has shown her willingness to intervene by announcing an overhaul of the complex rail ticketing system. Times, Sunday Times
  • Coalition of the willing has become a joke: The “coalition of the willing” has become the butt of jokes rather than serious criticism. Finally! Al Jazeera launches english site. | Letter Never Sent
  • Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound.
  • His lack of experience was balanced by his willingness to learn.
  • The fact that he was willing to do damage to the country with useless concessions to a party that has proven itself a moral and intellectual failure to them on his side was extremely disturbing, and the fact that he succeeded not at all in unsurprising. Matthew Yglesias » Yglesias on Maddow
  • Perhaps some of today's young people could display a little more humility and willingness to muck in. Times, Sunday Times
  • Steve Lathan seemed unwilling to wake at all, almost as if he preferred his nightmare to everyday life. LOADED QUESTIONS
  • For those willing to risk trying out a new technology, the rewards can be rich.
  • All are so media savvy and willing to give information rather than conceal it... it somewhat puts their dads to shame. The Sun
  • Others say his devotion to Korean farmers was so passionate that he would willingly have laid down his life for them.
  • The second was to Amber, who confirmed her willingness to participate in this trap. GENIE ON THE LOOSE
  • What separates him from the average band leader is his willingness to pursue just about every wacko idea that enters his mind.
  • I was unwilling to engage on such terms.
  • It turns out that they were moral defectives, willing to bear false witness to a world audience, and it looks like Francisco is yet another ID advocate with a degaussed moral compass. zcowboy The New Antievolution Strategy: Just Make Bizarre Stuff Up - The Panda's Thumb
  • Pauline asked whether she would be willing to forego her drink of water `to save a poor sinner. RIDDLE ME THIS

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