Volunteer in a sentence as a noun

I volunteer with CodeNow[2], and we teach using Hackety to high school kids.

There is no reason to ask someone to work crazy sleep-deprived hours for it, even if they volunteer.

"I initially agreed with these methods and chose to volunteer to help defend my country.

* One volunteer had to interview with Child Protective Services and the police because of false complaints made by weev and his friends.

Whether you volunteer versus donate money versus raise awareness is your own choice, but that choice has consequences.

Volunteer in a sentence as a verb

* Another volunteer had trouble at her university because they tracked down her professors and made false claims.

All of us have day jobs and are doing all our Raspberry Pi work on a volunteer basis because we believe it's a project that can make a real difference.

Because of that, paying a premium to use AWS has it's advantages because it allows more volunteers have help out given the well traveled platform.

A volunteer had donated the diagram to us years ago, and we did not scrutinize it sufficiently before using it in our website.

To digress for a moment, surge pricing is brilliant in that it gets riders to volunteer to wait a long time for a ride, instead of getting pissed off like they do at Taxis, or give them the choice to pay up for an expedited ride.

Volunteer in a sentence as an adjective

It is insulting to Mozilla, which has been working in good faith on these negotiations from the beginning, and to Mayer, who it patronizingly describes as "just a volunteer who hangs around the offices of Mozilla.

As a scientist, it is so funny to read about the "valuable contributions that the scientific publishing industry provides".The scientific publishing industry does not write, review, or edit any of the content it publishes -- volunteer scientists do that.

This particular conference had an amazing volunteer crew that had been together for years, many of whom had serious day jobs: brilliant designers, high-tech executives, etc. Knowing that the volunteers were gems, I knew that how the famous conference speakers treated them was all about the speakers.

Volunteer definitions


(military) a person who freely enlists for service

See also: voluntary


a person who performs voluntary work


a native or resident of Tennessee

See also: Tennessean Volunteer


tell voluntarily; "He volunteered the information"


agree freely; "She volunteered to drive the old lady home"; "I offered to help with the dishes but the hostess would not hear of it"

See also: offer


do volunteer work


without payment; "the soup kitchen was run primarily by unpaid helpers"; "a volunteer fire department"

See also: unpaid