altruistic[ al-troo-is-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF altruistic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTRUISTIC
If she had been notoriously of an altruistic and free-handed disposition, he could have understood it.
It was altruistic he knew, gentle he was sure, educational he was positive.
They have no high-falutin, altruistic ideas of improving the Boche.
The Associates were altruistic for the sake of altruism, not for the sake of its beneficiaries.
He is altruistic, of course; that is, he feels that he needs help.
But that is not all quite as altruistic as it may seem at first glance.
And, as has been said, even the most altruistic and the most philosophical cannot do much better.
It is to say that egoistic claims must take precedence of altruistic claims.
No, Galloway was not a witness to the might of altruistic virtue as a means to triumph.
And these stages of altruistic evolution may be seen among the brutes.