Examples of moralize in a Sentence
an essay moralizing about the evils of alcohol
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Yet fatness was also moralized, associated with the sin of gluttony.
Tina Fey’s beloved teen comedy, an adaptation of Rosalind Wiseman's Queen Bees and Wannabes, became a cult classic when it was released in 2004 and hilariously yet subtly moralized the dangers of women not supporting one another.
After offering example after example showing the harmful effects of smartphones on young people, Ms. Twenge is still careful not to moralize.
Merriman doesn’t have much interest in moralizing about their violence
The chorus women, who have come to the camp to ogle the glamorous military men and to moralize the unfolding tale, are dressed like bridesmaids at a suburban wedding.
While the intentions might be good, moralizing worry distracts from the real goal by turning people’s attention inward to their own emotional states, rather than outward onto the problem.
Whatever Hayward decides, his selection needn’t be moralized.
Some have previously complained that former-President Obama offered little decisive action and moralized too much.
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MORALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moralize for English Language Learners
: to express beliefs about what is good behavior and what is bad behavior
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