#Motownwriters Word of the Day: Fain #wotd

Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Old English, pre-12th century

Pleased or willing under the circumstances.


Compelled by the circumstances; obliged.

Examples of Fain in a sentence

“I was fain to continue with the online book club.”

“He was fain to answer the questions or risk a failing grade.”

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