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unselfish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunselfishun‧self‧ish /ʌnˈselfɪʃ/ adjective  caring about other people and thinking about their needs and wishes before your own syn selfless, generousunselfishly adverbunselfishness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
unselfishThis was real love, love that was tender, caring and unselfish.Frank developed into a useful striker, stylish, poised and unselfish.Real love is a positive emotion and is truly unselfish.She is an outgoing, unselfish, and loving person.Stepfamilies call for additional sensitivity and unselfish caring on everyone's part.Abernathy was a man of great courage and an unselfish dedication to a just cause.The Tribe is an unselfish group of clever veterans.Their vote is an unselfish one.Here was a real opportunity to show an unselfish patriotism on the part of the clergy.Even the most unselfish people carry certain meanings in their eyes.It's a good team - they listen to the coaching and they're unselfish with the ball.
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