Grammar and Composition

What is a good synonym for the word 'lief'. The meaning of this word is gladly or willingly. As in: I would as lief go south as not.

I can't find a synonym for the word, and I don't want to use the words in the meaning as the synonyms.

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asked by y912f
  1. actually, what about: cheerfully, or enthusiastically?

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    posted by y912f
  2. Nope, You can say "I would rather ..." or "I would just as soon...", or "I would willingly..."

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