Nevertheless Apple is dumping Google, selfishly putting its feud with Google ahead of the needs of its customers.
Now, Tiger is selfishly willing to embarrass his dead father to rescue his reputation.
However, I, in an un–Eagle Scout–like desire, selfishly want something.
But be advised that the power to realize your wishes is lost if they are too selfishly motivated.
As it turns out, they do so selfishly, obnoxiously, and despicably.
I am so selfishly full of myself and my own concerns, that I seem to think every one else must be full of them too.
Of course poor Isobel was lonely and she and Gyp had selfishly neglected her.
Now some consciousness, equally as intangible, suggested to him that she was selfishly selling herself for ease.
"I will not selfishly take you into any more dangers," he said.
"You must remember that Mrs. Wilson must be considered—that what I selfishly want——" He stopped.
Let us understand what our own selfish genes are up to, because we may then at least have the chance to upset their designs. [Richard Dawkins, "The Selfish Gene," 1976]Related: Selfishly; selfishness. Cf. similar formations in German selbstisch, Swedish sjelfvisk, Danish selvisk.