No big surprise In 2nd, Mr. moralize But who should take a curtain call?
It is impossible to moralize conveniently when one is being hurried by a person at one's elbow.
Here we might moralize if we had the room, but moralizing is out of the question.
So come, Annie; but if I moralize as we go, do not listen to me: only look about you and be merry.
So he watched the woman gravely, and began to moralize with all his might.
You say all this most charmingly; and I must acknowledge that nobody understands better how to moralize impressively than you.
It is easy for persons with plenty of money to moralize on the shortcomings of others.
She is too ready to moralize, and her moralizing degenerates unfortunately often into commonplace platitudes.
They were not here to moralize—they had something else to do.
Or did he moralize merely because health and the weather had steeped him in that serenity which lifts us among the spheres?