voluntary englannista suomeksi
Done, given, or acting of one's own free will.
September 10, 1828, (w), ''Sermon delivered in the Chapel of Yale College''
- That sin or guilt pertains exclusively to voluntary action is the true principle of orthodoxy.
(quote-book)|by=(w)|authorlink=Alexander Pope|first=Alexander, transl.|last=Pope|line=345|newversion=republished in|title2=The Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope|location2=Boston, New York|publisher2=Houghton, Mifflin and Company|year2=1902|page2=540|pageurl2=https://archive.org/details/completepoetical00pope/page/540|passage=She fell, to lust a voluntary prey.
Done by design or intention; intentional.
''If a man accidentally kills another by lopping a tree, it is not voluntary manslaughter.''
Working or done without payment.
Endowed with the power of willing.
(quote-book) God did not work as a necessary, but a voluntary agent, intending before-hand, and decreeing with himself, that which did outwardly proceed from him.
Of or relating to voluntarism.
''a voluntary church, in distinction from an established or state church''
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)