To unwillingly do something,even though it is the right thing. Deriving from the latin word "noli" meaning not. As originally proposed to the BBC by Tami Munford, Harwood Union High School latin teacher.
"I noluntarly (noluntary) gave up my weekend to finish a project."
"I went to the funeral noluntarly (noluntary)because it was hard to see my friend so upset."