devoted to others

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He would come to you when he was devoted to others; you would have to charm him.
He painted a picture of a woman whose life had been devoted to others. It had.
The Renfrew couple are devoted to others through their work for the hospice, which is very close to their hearts.
Amitji, for years and years now you've been living a life devoted to others. Do you sometimes feel, 'Ab bahot ho gaya.
French President Emmanuel Macron took to his Twitter handle and said, "She leaves behind songs that everyone in France knows, and set an example of a life devoted to others."
Vera's life can best be described as one devoted to others. She lived for her husband, her children, her grandchildren and her close friends and could always be counted on and to help those she loved.
Spectators are constantly asked to readjust their expectations as they wander from small sections devoted to particular bands of artists to cross-cultural thematic groupings and to mini solo exhibitions; Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Oldenburg, Hamilton, Martial Raysse, and Alain Jacquet are among those rightfully singled out, but no such spaces are devoted to others equally deserving, such as Warhol, Lichtenstein, Wesselmann, Edward Ruscha, and Blake.
Considerable space was devoted to others involved in various endeavors, such as promotion, recruitment, administration, teaching, missiological reflection, and funding.
William McGinty paid tribute to a woman devoted to others.