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do-gooder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo-gooderdo-good‧er /duː ˈɡʊdə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  HELPsomeone who helps people who are in bad situations, but who is annoying because their help is not needed – used to show disapproval I’ve got very little time for those interfering do-gooders.
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do-gooderPearson isn't just a do-gooder - he's been in prison and wants to help others stay out.Louise was a do-gooder, and you could never predict who would show up at her house.One is a social activist with a high moral tone, an earnest do-gooder and role model to millions.While southern church folk ranted about the invasion of do-gooders, they raved about black roles in Reconstruction.Nor can the Republican majority on his panel be viewed as simply do-gooders out to restore candor to the White House.The do-gooders suddenly found themselves in the role of trying to tell the Abs what was good for them.
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