An example of nolens volens is a mother telling her children whether they want to or not, they're attending the family dinner.
Origin of nolens volensClassical Latin
Origin of nolens volensLatin n&omacron;l&emacron;ns vol&emacron;ns : n&omacron;l&emacron;ns, present participle of n&omacron;lle, to be unwilling + vol&emacron;ns, present participle of velle, to wish, be willing.
- Willing or unwilling; willy-nilly.
From Latin nolens (“unwilling"), from nÅlÅ (“I am unwilling") and volens (“willing"), from volÅ (“I am willing, I will").
nolens volens - Legal Definition