willing (to do sth)
- abbr 缩写 = South: Sth Pole, eg on a map 南极（如标於地图上的）
- They spent three fishless hours on the lake but stan seemed to have enjoyed himself as he was more than willing to go on a long walk up the nature trail with her in the afternoon.
- An involuntary motion of surprise nearly escaped him for the description in the passport was identical with that of the bank robber which he had received from scotland yard.
- He was pleased that she should think he had been a sad dog.
- He seems very happy today.
- He wore rather a sullen expression.
- Their merriment also made me happy.
- They were happy now that they were free from uriah heep and his mother.
- Will be happy to pitch in if only government would get out of their way.
- He loves potatoes and happily eats mash by the plateful.
- He's been prison for a year so he's not going to enjoy finding out that his wife is up the spout.
- He's playing pinochle with my men. He's happy. They're letting him win.
- He had a way about him which would often make it appear as if you had invited him to stay and pressed him against his roving inclination and were glad to have him round for company while he remained only out of pure goodwill to you.
- Rejoiced mightily at the news.
- Adam whistled cheerfully as he tacked up the wire netting round the tennis court.
- When I think of their deformities of the monstrous styles they chose of the flatulence and tediousness of their works of all the chaos and confusion they wallowed in of the obstacles they heaped up about them I feel an exaltation.