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1.
voluntold: The exact opposite of volunteering. Always used in reference to an unpleasant task to which you have been assigned by your boss.
Example 1:

Co-worker 1: I hear you got a transfer.
Co-worker 2: Yeah. I didn't want to, but I was voluntold.

Example 2:

Co-worker 1: You want to go fishing Saturday???
Co-worker 2: I can't, I got voluntold I have to work this weekend.
by Honorarius March 13, 2006
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2.
forciby volunteered. A task that was once voluntary has now been ordered to you.
"You slack ass ensigns. Since none of you are going to volunteer, consider yourselves all voluntold. See you tomorrow morning at 0600."
by Kevin Ferguson December 12, 2003
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3.
to be told that you have been volunteered for something. volunteered without your express consent or knowledge.
I was voluntold for the charity event at my fraternity house by my brother.
by KarlDanHwang October 31, 2007
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4.
To be volunteered without asking you first. Told to do something without your consent.
Colin was voluntold by Ivan to organize the potluck event.
by yoyo-ma June 23, 2010
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5.
When someone "volunteers" someone else for something so that the other person really doesn't have a choice.
My boss voluntold me for the United Way Campaign.
by Great Dane November 07, 2007
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6.
The act of "volunteering" someone for something without giving them the choice.
"How's that ergonomics training you've been in all week?"

"Pretty good, even though I was voluntold for it. I thought it was gonna be boring, but it's a lot of fun!"
by ergolady February 03, 2010
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7.
Not volunteering for something but then being told by someone with a higher authority to do it.
Adult: Who would you like to volunteer paint the fence today?

*No-one answers

Adult: OK Billy your going to it.

Teenager 2: You just got voluntold.
by Munchie170 April 03, 2010
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