noun: alacrity

brisk and cheerful readiness.
"she accepted the invitation with alacrity"

synonyms: eagerness, willingness, readiness;
enthusiasm, ardor, avidity, fervor, keenness;
promptness, haste, swiftness, dispatch, speed
"we want to move with alacrity, and put a stop to improper conduct while it’s still going on"

Origin: late Middle English: from Latin alacritas, from alacer ‘brisk.’

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