Reflect on true friendships you casually threw under the bus for self-advancement, say, two years ago.
Movement leaders, even myself, made our own plans for self-advancement.
She did not wish to ruin her sister unless in self-defence, or rather, for the cause of self-advancement.
Papers by the workers themselves are, however, greatest incentives to study and self-advancement.
They foresaw that he would not miss such an opportunity for self-advancement, round which he had doubtless built ambitious hopes.
His motives—and he was honest, when he so avowed them—were motives of state at least as much as of self-advancement.
Disraeli's attacks upon Peel were dictated by the policy of self-advancement.
Grattan considered that his chief fault was want of openness and directness of character, together with love of self-advancement.
The Bousingots were part of this revolt, but the best of them had no thought of self-advancement.
Yes,” he admitted, “but I thought your little movement was to be something more than party politics and self-advancement——?
advancement ad·vance·ment (ād-vāns'mənt)
A surgical procedure in which a tendinous insertion or a skin flap is severed from its attachment and is sutured to a further point on the body.