Definition of public-spiritedly in English:

public-spiritedly

adverb

See public-spirited

‘But while rational people with disposable income might reckon Microsoft could quite reasonably and public-spiritedly put a bullet in the lot of them now, you can see the problem.’
  • ‘It seems to me that the police would be better employed trying to deal with crime rather than doing their best to impede and punish those who are public-spiritedly trying to stop crime.’
  • ‘The defendant's case is strengthened if he can show that he has in general behaved responsibly and public-spiritedly and his attackers have not.’