Pub"lic-spir`it*ed (?), a.

1.

Having, or exercising, a disposition to advance the interest of the community or public; as, public-spirited men.

2.

Dictated by a regard to public good; as, a public-spirited project or measure.

Addison.

-- Pub"lic-spir`it*ed*ly, adv. -- Pub"lic-spir`it*ed*ness, n.

 

© Webster 1913.

Log in or registerto write something here or to contact authors.