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Correct spelling:
One who enters any service of his free will.
To enter into service of one's free will.
endeavor (verb)
proceed, contract, endeavor, engage, perform, venture, approach, maneuver, attempt, exploit, act, commit, undertake, aim, assay.
servant (noun)
subject, chattel, menial, serf, flunky, lieutenant, laborer, subordinate, aid, helper, henchman, junior, hand, help, agent, helpmate, peon, vassal, assistant, underling, helping hand, slave, servant, deputy, auxiliary, aide-de-camp, aide, pawn, worker, employee.
Other synonyms:
serve, airman, self-imposed, be agreeable to something, double as, call up, crew, stand for, unforced, foot soldier, be only too glad/pleased/happy (to do something), designated hitter, provide, cover for, bombardier, brief, career woman, breadwinner, volitional, GI, apparatchik, uncoerced, unpaid, duty officer, take in, relay, military volunteer, step forward, divulge, Green Beret, AWOL, point out, come forward, missionary, readiness, work, collaborate, tender, cannon fodder, ancillary, freewill, staff, let someone know, commuter, grenadier, deliver, commission, be your own boss, put up, buy out, conscription, volition, report, pop the question, voluntary soldier, 4-F, desk person, airwoman, cashier, extend, give someone to understand (that), propose, unpaid worker, fill someone's shoes, tell, enlisted man, offer up, proffer, voluntary, conscript, bid, will, offer, content yourself with something, declare oneself, commando, do something of your own accord, advise, willing, cowboy, charity worker.
Examples of usage:
  1. As if to settle the question, even while he spoke there came another messenger- like the first, a volunteer- bringing another telegram. - "Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North", Fullerton Waldo.
  2. It belongs to a volunteer, as it were, a native of this city, whose wonderful instrument and rare ability we discovered. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
  3. " Put my name down as a volunteer," exclaimed Spears. Mr - "Waihoura, the Maori Girl", W.H.G. Kingston.

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