public-spirited[ puhb-lik-spir-i-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF public-spirited
Synonyms for public-spirited
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUBLIC-SPIRITED
All it needs is a public-spirited resident to help it along.
There's other public-spirited folks in Denboro as well as you.
The schoolhouse and the books might be accepted as a public-spirited effort to do their part.
Though not again in public life, he was always a public-spirited citizen.
The general opinion of him was that he was a public-spirited and kind-hearted man.
These were the public-spirited men of their age—that is, patriots for their own interest.
The school resulted largely from the action of some public-spirited men.
Subconsciously, though not consciously, they were public-spirited.
No man could be more affectionate, kind, generous, or public-spirited.
If you could call him spirited at all, he was public-spirited.