Meaning of moralizer in English:


(British moraliser)

Pronunciation /ˈmɒr(ə)lʌɪzə/

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See moralize

‘He is a moralizer and a preacher; one of those people who thinks their morals should be your morals.’
  • ‘For moralizers these principles are a question of manners, not of substance.’
  • ‘There can be no prescription - too many moralisers have tried and failed to codify desire.’
  • ‘Pratchett's tone is not that of a moraliser, but rather that of someone with an acute sense of observation.’
  • ‘However, by approaching the problem as managers rather than moralizers, we can learn from our mistakes and make real progress.’