Definition of 'unselfish'
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He was sure that hope must again rise out of unselfish love and duty. The Daisy Chain (1837)It was a very unselfish act because he was trying to prove something to other people. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is the sort of unselfish work ethic all managers love. The Sun (2008)He was totally unselfish and squared it across for me. The Sun (2014)He is such an unselfish player and gives just as much to the side. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For once in his life, he is totally unselfish. The Sun (2006)It takes a very secure, unselfish and special man to be comfortable with that. The Sun (2008)ONE of the most unselfish players in the side. The Sun (2013)He's quite an unselfish player. The Sun (2014)He brought players into the game, made a lot of goals and showed what an unselfish player he is as well. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A caring and unselfish man, he was content with the little crossroads church he served. Christianity Today (2000)If this is the case I can understand your totally unselfish commitment to being with them at the end. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He's an unselfish player and a good guy but it's my job to pick up the pieces. The Sun (2012)
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