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Spell Check of voluntarily

Correct spelling: voluntarily

Definition of voluntarily:

  1. In a voluntary manner.

Common misspellings for voluntarily:

  • volentarily (9%)
  • voluntarly (9%)
  • volutarily (6%)
  • voluntarilly (6%)
  • volunteerly (6%)
  • volunterily (5%)
  • volunteerily (4%)
  • voluntairly (3%)
  • volunarily (3%)
  • volentarly (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for voluntarily:

  1. You came voluntarily, don't forget that fact.
  2. But I also understood that my father made you promise, or that you promised voluntarily, not to see me again without his permission?
  3. Voluntarily- remember that word, and what it means- voluntarily put yourself in our charge.

Quotes for voluntarily:

  1. Had the United States not acted in Iraq, Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi would likely not have declared his weapons programs, submitted to international inspections and voluntarily dismantled its programs. - Jim Gerlach
  2. The only successor to President Putin is President Putin himself and we could of course dream about President Putin stepping down voluntarily and picking out successor which would be probably as bad as him. - Garry Kasparov
  3. Our legislation addresses broadcasts over the public airwaves, but I hope the cable and satellite industries see the importance of this issue and voluntarily create a family tier of programming and offer culturally responsible products. - Charles W. Pickering
  4. If the large power voluntarily abstains from using its full power or feels the strategic situation to be such that it cannot do so, it in effect loses the advantage of being a big power. - Elliot Richardson
  5. When liberty is taken away by force it can be restored by force. When it is relinquished voluntarily by default it can never be recovered. - Dorothy Thompson