nolens volens [nō′lenz vō′lenz]
Nolens volens is defined as willing or not.
An example of nolens volens is a mother telling her children whether they want to or not, they're attending the family dinner.
nolens volens definition by Webster's New World
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unwilling (or) willing; whether or not one wishes it; willy-nilly
Origin: Classical Latin
nolens volens definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Whether willing or unwilling.
Origin: Latin nōlēns volēns : nōlēns, present participle of nōlle, to be unwilling + volēns, present participle of velle, to wish, be willing.
nolens volens - Legal Definition
Willing or not.