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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A naive idealist who supports philanthropic or humanitarian causes or reforms.

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  • noun derogatory One who advocates or performs what they believe to be the morally superior course of action, even in the face of overwhelming experience or factual evidence that its effect is only irrelevant or harmful.

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  • noun someone devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms

Etymologies

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From do + good + -er.

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Examples

  • There's no beating "The Interrupters" as a prime example of the so-called "do-gooder" documentary, except that it's actually good.

  • She had put up with being called a do-gooder, a chump.

  • To follow Sally Ranney's career over the past 40 years is to see what a "do-gooder" does in real life.

  • Then there is this one from Stephen Budiansky in the New York Times, attacking the local foods movement as threatening to "devolve into another one of those self-indulgent -- and self-defeating -- do-gooder dogmas."

  • Resist the temptation to waltz off with do-gooder resolve and start writing checks.

  • To follow Sally Ranney's career over the past 40 years is to see what a "do-gooder" does in real life.

  • Then there is this one from Stephen Budiansky in the New York Times, attacking the local foods movement as threatening to "devolve into another one of those self-indulgent -- and self-defeating -- do-gooder dogmas."

  • Has the environmental movement's rhetoric become clichéd, too do-gooder, and too easily ignored?

  • Then there is this one from Stephen Budiansky in the New York Times, attacking the local foods movement as threatening to "devolve into another one of those self-indulgent -- and self-defeating -- do-gooder dogmas."

  • Has the environmental movement's rhetoric become clichéd, too do-gooder, and too easily ignored?

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