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“Woodrow Wilson, was not just bad, he was "the self-bamboozling Presbyterian ... the perfect model of the Christian cad, a cold and treacherous moraliser".”
“I had become reactionary, right-wing, ultra-right-wing, a harker-back to some mythical golden age of the fifties, a moraliser, an extremist, a bigot, a fascist, demented.”
“One thing you have to say about Crick, is that he has never been a moraliser on sexual issues in his stories.”
“There, Procopius -now playing the misogynist moraliser -decries the behaviour of Theo-dora, her luxurious habits such as a post-breakfast nap and her sexual excesses.”
“In the palaces which we saw, several Court allegories were represented, which, atrocious as they were in point of art, might yet serve to attract the regard of the moraliser.”
“I am no moraliser; but the gay and rapid river, and the dark and silent lake, were, of a verity, no had emblems of us two.”
“NAIROBI - Kenya's foreign minister slammed the German ambassador as a moraliser who argued with the president and scribbled notes for a key speech on tissue paper.”
“She was a pleasant little patent moraliser, with a double escapement action for great occasions.”
“ He constantly plays this part of referee and moraliser.”
“Alley, spinning his brains for a subsistence, might be expected to prove unscrupulous; but the moraliser can imagine Pangloss, if he were only made secure by permanent good fortune, leading a life of blameless indolence and piquant eccentricity.”
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