Wittingly [adverb]

Definition of Wittingly:

done of one's own free will

Opposite/Antonyms of Wittingly:


Sentence/Example of Wittingly:

And whenever I take their sacred names to witness, I do not wittingly falsify my word.

True, he had parted with it wittingly, in exchange for a card which equalized the chances.

I have not, at any rate, wittingly passed by any real difficulties.

It was a luxury she could always command at home and she had wittingly missed it.

That she carried it too far is no doubt true; that she did so wittingly is not so certain.

I will not wittingly associate with any whom the pope has excommunicated.

I have never done you any wrong—not wittingly and willfully, at any rate.

I could not tell, for surely I knew not I had ever wittingly injured any one.

Her husband had obviously and wittingly humiliated her in presence of his friend.

She certainly did, wittingly or unwittingly, occupy too much of his time and thought.