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In Voluntary

Pronunciation of In Voluntary
/ɪn vˈɒləntəɹi/, /ɪn vˈɒləntəɹi/, /ɪ_n v_ˈɒ_l_ə_n_t_ə_ɹ_i/

Synonyms for in voluntary:

automatic (adjective)

autogenetic, intuitive, involuntary, mechanical, natural, perfunctory, routine, unforced, unwilled.

forced (adjective)

affected, artificial, binding, bound, coercive, compelled, constrained, contrived, enforced, factitious, false, inflexible, insincere, labored, mandatory, peremptory, rigid, stiff, stringent, unnatural, wooden, Coerced, conscripted, slave.

gut (adjective)

basic, deep-seated, emotional, heartfelt, innate, inner, interior, internal, intimate, visceral, viscerous.

impulsive (adjective)

abrupt, careless, devil-may-care, extemporaneous, flaky, hasty, headlong, impetuous, mad, offhand, passionate, precipitate, quick, rash, sudden, swift, unconsidered, unexpected, unpredictable, violent, ad-lib, gone off deep end, hot-and-cold, jumping the gun, up-and-down, winging it.

instinctive (adjective)

accustomed, congenital, inborn, ingrained, inherent, intrinsic, native, normal, regular, rooted, typical, unlearned, Intuitional, by seat of one's pants, second-nature.

intuitive (adjective)

direct, immediate, perceptive, understood, untaught, unreflecting.

involuntary (adjective)

automatic, begrudging, blind, compulsory, conditioned, forced, grudging, habitual, impulsive, instinctive, obligatory, reflex, reflexive, reluctant, spontaneous, unconscious, uncontrolled, unintended, unintentional, unpremeditated, unprompted, unthinking, unwilling, unwitting, instinctual, will-less, Unmeditated, uncalculated, knee-jerk.

mandatory (adjective)

commanding, compelling, de rigueur, essential, imperative, imperious, indispensable, needful, requisite, Irremissible, Compulsatory.

mechanical (adjective)

automated, cold, cursory, emotionless, fixed, impersonal, laborsaving, lifeless, machine-driven, monotonous, spiritless, standardized, stereotyped, unchanging, unfeeling, useful, programmed, matter-of-fact.

natural (adjective)

anticipated, characteristic, common, commonplace, connatural, consistent, constant, customary, general, indigenous, legitimate, logical, natal, ordinary, prevailing, prevalent, probable, reasonable, typic, uniform, universal, usual, Familiar, Ingenerate, Unacquired, looked for, matter-of-course, counted on, relied on.

perfunctory (adjective)

apathetic, cool, disinterested, heedless, inattentive, indifferent, lackadaisical, laid-back, negligent, sketchy, slipshod, slovenly, standard, stock, superficial, unaware, unconcerned, uninterested, going through the motions, phoning it in, walking through it.

reflex (adjective)

responsive.

reluctant (adjective)

afraid, averse, backward, calculating, cautious, chary, circumspect, diffident, discouraged, disheartened, disinclined, hesitant, hesitating, indisposed, laggard, loath, opposed, queasy, recalcitrant, remiss, shy, slack, slow, squeamish, tardy, uncertain, uneager, wary, Demurring, hanging back.

spontaneous (adjective)

break loose, casual, down, extempore, free, impromptu, improvised, inevitable, irresistible, simple, unavoidable, unbidden, unconstrained, uncontrived, unplanned, unsophisticated, unstudied, voluntary, Unartful, uncompelled, up front, free spirited, from the hip, off top of head, unpremediated, off-the-cuff.

unconscious (adjective)

accidental, gut, inadvertent, latent, lost, repressed, subconscious, subliminal, suppressed, unheeding, unmindful, unrealized, Undeliberate.

unintentional/unintended (adjective)

aimless, chance, erratic, fortuitous, haphazard, purposeless, random, undesigned, unforeseen, unthought, undevised.

unwilling (adjective)

contrary, disobliging, evasive, indocile, malcontent, refractory, resistant, shrinking, unaccommodating, uncheerful, uncooperative, unenthusiastic, unobliging, unready, wayward, Against, against the grain, uninclined, unwishful.

unwitting (adjective)

comatose, forgetful, ignorant, incognizant, innocent, numb, oblivious, senseless, unacquainted, unfamiliar, uninformed, uninstructed, unknowing, unsuspecting, Inconversant, Unmeant.

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