Definition of selflessness in English:

selflessness

noun

mass noun
  • Concern more with the needs and wishes of others than with one's own.

    ‘a noble act of selflessness’
    ‘the selflessness and courage of officers killed in the line of duty’
    • ‘Viewed collectively, all these imprecise images speak expressively of his key virtue—his remarkable selflessness.’
    • ‘He turns virtues on their head—neither honesty nor selflessness is to be sought.’
    • ‘Between men, the deep sense of friendship rests on selflessness.’
    • ‘Once he realizes the joy of selflessness, he will achieve greatness.’
    • ‘They can be called a proud generation known for their hard work and selflessness.’
    • ‘Pat yourself on the back for your selflessness.’
    • ‘She reaches a humane sense of selflessness by taking care of his mother.’
    • ‘The core premise is that selflessness outweighs selfishness—that is, Rick does not use the letters of transit for himself.’
    • ‘I have witnessed touching acts of generosity and selflessness.’
    • ‘Even if you do not agree with the situation or our leadership decisions, support the sheer selflessness of your soldier.’

Pronunciation

selflessness

/ˈsɛlfləsnəs/