self-forgetting

[ self-fer-get-ing, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-forgetting
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Lady Pembroke said, 'in death, as in life, self-forgetting and Christ-like in your deeds.'

It is humbled at the throne of grace, chastened into self-forgetting.

Courage, with him, always had its root in self-forgetting love.

I know you are giving in to me,' he said, 'my love, my self-forgetting Helen!

There never was a woman so self-forgetting and full of affection.

Intoxicating joy and self-forgetting, did the world once seem to me.

It is not so much a self-denying as a self-forgetting virtue.

Often we only escape from our sins by escaping from ourselves; by a hearty, self-denying, self-forgetting interest in others.

Too much praise we have already lavished on one who was ever simple and self-forgetting.

One of the most loyal and self-forgetting of subordinates, he was treated as if a persistent intriguer for command.

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