Serving one's own interests, especially without concern for the needs or interests of others.(adjective)
Exhibiting concern solely for one's own interests: a speech full of self-serving comments. (adjective)
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Use "self-serving" in a sentence
"On Dec. 6, Ms. James quit, leaving her critics - whom she described as self-serving bullies - with no excuses for further discord."
"Community called the "self-serving allegations" an attempt by Tenet's management and board "to continue their entrenchment strategy and to distract Tenet shareholders" from the offer."
"Even the title seems self-serving, particularly when viewed in the light of an interview Michelle granted Vogue magazine in 2007."