[self-sur-ving] /ˈsɛlfˈsɜr vɪŋ/
preoccupied with one’s own interests, often disregarding the truth or the interests, well-being, etc., of others.
serving to further one’s own selfish interests.
habitually seeking one’s own advantage, esp at the expense of others


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