Altruist ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Altruist ( noun )

  1. A person who selflessly cares for or helps others.
  2. A person who prioritizes the well-being of others over their own interests.

Origin:

From the french altruiste, from italian altrui "someone else", from latin alteri "to others".

Examples:

  1. The nurse was an altruist who always put her patients' needs before her own.
  2. The volunteer work he did was motivated by his altruistic nature.
  3. The altruist's actions were a shining example of selflessness and generosity.
  4. The altruist's dedication to helping others was inspiring to all who knew him.
  5. The altruist's philosophy was to always put others before oneself.

(As a noun)

Altruist ( noun )

  1. A person who selflessly cares for or helps others.
  2. A person who prioritizes the well-being of others over their own interests.

Origin:

From the french altruiste, from italian altrui "someone else", from latin alteri "to others".

Examples:

  1. The nurse was an altruist who always put her patients' needs before her own.
  2. The volunteer work he did was motivated by his altruistic nature.
  3. The altruist's actions were a shining example of selflessness and generosity.
  4. The altruist's dedication to helping others was inspiring to all who knew him.
  5. The altruist's philosophy was to always put others before oneself.
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