nolens volens

no·lens vo·lens

 (nō′lĕnz vō′lĕnz)
adv.
Whether willing or unwilling.

[Latin nōlēns volēns : nōlēns, present participle of nōlle, to be unwilling + volēns, present participle of velle, to wish, be willing.]

nolens volens

(ˈnəʊlɛnz ˈvəʊlɛnz)
adv
whether willing or unwilling

no•lens vo•lens

(ˈnoʊ lɛns ˈwoʊ lɛns; Eng. ˈnoʊ lɛnz ˈvoʊ lɛnz)

adj., adv. Latin.
willing or not.
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Nolens volens, we, the psychiatrists, are perceived as wizards of the soul, even if, at times, we lack all the ingredients to prepare the cure.
It was also, often nolens volens, dragged into conflicts with indigenous rulers, which involved extensive land campaigns against, for instance, the Mataram realm.
Who knows, it may be you at the end of the knife, nolens volens.
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Apres son lancement, le PMV a commence, nolens volens, a donner ses fruits.
We shall get the Tea Partiers' fiscal restraint nolens volens.
Nolens volens (unwilling or willing) the "member" of such association becomes their spiritual slave.