For with the incontinent man it is not as with the self-seeker and the covetous.
The method that this ancient Jewish self-seeker adopted is rude and unskilful.
Most men recognized that he was nothing but a self-seeker, and there were few who trusted him.
Or are you a too-easy, too-facile man-pleaser and self-seeker, being all things to all men that you may make use of all men?
The sycophant and the self-seeker bow before quite other idols than of old.
There are other types,—the schemer and the self-seeker, whose matrimonial ventures are only intended to advance worldly interests.
He had been a self-seeker of that notorious kind that achieves worldly success without much thought for others.
A self-seeker cannot but be a covenant-breaker: this is a sin you must hate as the very gates of hell.
Let me but leave the good name to my three daughters, and that is enough for me; I am not a self-seeker.