do-gooder


do–good·er

noun \-ˌg-dər\

: someone whose desire and effort to help people (such as poor people) is regarded as wrong, annoying, useless, etc.

Full Definition of DO-GOODER

:  an earnest often naive humanitarian or reformer
do–good·ing \-diŋ\ noun or adjective

First Known Use of DO-GOODER

1926

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