selflessly

[ UK /sˈɛlfləsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an altruistic manner
    he acted selflessly when he helped the old lady in distress
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How To Use selflessly In A Sentence

  • For the past week they've been demob happy, selflessly turning up to the opening of an envelope as long it involved wine and nibbles.
  • Even if other nations wished to act selflessly on behalf of the oppressed by attacking a despotic state, the charter of the United Nations forbids it.
  • This kind brave and makes us to be very affected selflessly.
  • They all selflessly cut loose for a good cause. Times, Sunday Times
  • They all selflessly cut loose for a good cause. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such memories speak of a deep attachment to his horses, which he carries selflessly. Times, Sunday Times
  • He works energetically and selflessly to convey the wonder of science to the public, including to underprivileged groups. Times, Sunday Times
  • I don't know any doctor or resident or nurse who loves what they do 100% of the time, or are thinking unflaggingly and selflessly about their patients 100% of the time.
  • He was an intellectual and moral touchstone, of matchless integrity, selflessly public-spirited and civic-minded in a way that is harder and harder to find.
  • He works energetically and selflessly to convey the wonder of science to the public, including to underprivileged groups. Times, Sunday Times
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