other words for altruist
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
In the pastor Sudermann attempts to paint the altruist in action.
Ruddock was, moreover, an altruist; he always worked for the good of his fellow-men.
By altruist, we understand a man animated by powerful moral sentiments which preside over social humanitarian volitions.
It was true; and we used to wonder which his worship was—an invalid, an altruist, or an owl!
And you will think that you have been dealing with a man whose hard head has turned to the mush of human kindness,—an altruist.
If I had your altruist, emotional temperament, I should not hesitate for a moment.
Thus Godwin was rationalist, altruist, anarchist, and non-resister.
Before the word had passed into moral philosophy, she had become an altruist in its truest sense.
In point of fact, of course, he is no more an altruist than any other healthy mammal.
To be the altruist, one must first be the egoist (say the philosophers), to give, one must first have.