- v. present participle of moralise.
“It's no good indulging ourselves in moralising lectures yet at the same time we cannot just stand by as if it doesn't matter.”
“Trends in UN reform – as indeed in the reshaping of some other global institutions whose moral credibility has come to look rather shopworn in recent years, the WTO and the World Bank for instance – are driving towards the 'moralising' or civilising of the global economy and the world of international negotiation.”
“The book ends with a prayer, and contains thirty-three chapters, the same number, remarks Cassiodorus (who is addicted to this kind of moralising on numbers) that was reached by the years of the life of Christ on earth.”
“American approach with Indian "moralising" that irritated Washington to no end.”
“It is natural then that his critics should gleefully latch on to his 'moralising' tone.”
“I am pretty much totally with Tim Brayton: the most sickening part of the whole circus is the film's palpable desire to be seen as beyond the pale, just the right thing to shock the squares while all the cool hip kids get to assert their aesthetic superiority over the moralising blue-hairs ...”
“I wrote it at the request of the editor of a Madrid migration journal who asked for an article about migrants who sell sex that would be free of moralising.”
“Nothing, absolutely nothing, is worse than a moralising, semonising hypocrite.”
“Others, however, eschew this moralising tone and are prepared to be startled.”
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