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See definition of altruist on Dictionary.com
  • as inphilanthropist
  • as inbenefactor
  • as ingiver
  • as indo-gooder
  • as indonor
  • as inhumanitarian

synonyms for altruist

  • benefactor
  • contributor
  • donor
  • patron
  • do-gooder
  • helper
  • Good Samaritan
  • bleeding heart
  • good scout
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antonyms for altruist

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    How to use altruist in a sentence

    A strong receiver corresponds to one of the donor’s close friends or a fellow altruist, and a weak receiver to a member of the general public.
    LARRY DAVID AND THE GAME THEORY OF ANONYMOUS DONATIONS - FACTS SO ROMANTICBRIAN GALLAGHERDECEMBER 16, 2020NAUTILUS
    The book played a powerful role in birthing the effective altruist movement, built around the principle that charities should take a rigorous approach to doing as much good as possible.
    THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS OVERWHELMED ME. THIS BOOK EMPOWERED ME.KELSEY PIPERDECEMBER 11, 2020VOX
    Drawing on this insight, effective altruists might emphasize the personal satisfaction that can arise from donating to effective causes, and talk about their own personal experience with the movement in ways that convey what it means to them.
    WE ADMIRE THESE DO-GOODERS. WE JUST DON’T WANT TO DATE THEM.SIGAL SAMUELDECEMBER 4, 2020VOX
    Effective altruist groups have developed resources for ensuring that the causes and charities they’re excited about can make the most out of the day, including donation matching events.
    GIVING TUESDAY, EXPLAINEDKELSEY PIPERNOVEMBER 30, 2020VOX
    Egoists (with even thinner and weaker voices) denounce Him as an altruist.
    ORTHODOXYG. K. CHESTERTON
    She was as yet an altruist in matters of the heart; she frankly and openly interested herself only in the loves of others.
    KING SPRUCE, A NOVELHOLMAN DAY
    Some of them believed him to be an altruist, while others, without evidence to support their views, regarded him with suspicion.
    SPRING STREETJAMES H. RICHARDSON
    He spoke of the Church and of its mission in the world, with all the hope of a religious altruist.
    UNDER THE PROPHET IN UTAHFRANK J. CANNON AND HARVEY J. O'HIGGINS
    The egoist may love his wife, but this love is interested and very different from that of the altruist.
    THE SEXUAL QUESTIONAUGUST FOREL
    Before the word had passed into moral philosophy, she had become an altruist in its truest sense.
    MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
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    WORDS RELATED TO ALTRUIST

    • Good Samaritan
    • Santa Claus
    • aid
    • altruist
    • angel
    • assistant
    • backer
    • contributor
    • fairy godparent
    • fan
    • grubstaker
    • helper
    • humanitarian
    • mark
    • patron
    • philanthropist
    • promoter
    • protector
    • sponsor
    • subscriber
    • subsidizer
    • supporter
    • well-wisher
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