greater, increased
growing, increasing
demonstrate, display, indicate, show, signal

The new government has shown a willingness to listen and learn.

announce, confirm, declare, express

Workers' leaders have expressed their willingness to cooperate.

demand, depend on, require

The success of this type of therapy depends on the patients' willingness to try to solve their problems.

in your willingness

In her willingness to help them, she quite forgot that she wasn't as strong as she had been.

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