moralise moralise


  1. (v) interpret the moral meaning of
  2. (v) speak as if delivering a sermon; express moral judgements
  3. (v) improve the morals of


  1. "I am not a moralist. I learned along time ago that it is folly to moralise," Anderson told a Sydney radio station. "I doubt very, very, very much - I have only seen all the girls conduct themselves in a very, very professional manner and...
    on May 21, 2008 By: Angry Anderson Source: The Australian

  2. "We have to moralise football," Platini said. "Our generation has contributed in bringing money, and today, people are arriving to make some cash."
    on Sep 14, 2007 By: Michel Platini Source: Independent

  3. "It's hard for me to moralise because I took drugs," said Rod. "All you can do is let your children know the dangers. My children have been surrounded by huge parties and drinking all their lives. I hope they see the pitfalls and learn from...
    on Apr 18, 2008 By: Rod Stewart Source: Daily Mail

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