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Then the medical man smiled gently, but I knew he would want to moralize on the story and I let fly again.STEP LIVELY!GEORGE NIBLO
He could now moralize on the vanity of the world, the equality of mankind, and the happiness of a private station.MEMOIRS OF MY LIFE AND WRITINGSEDWARD GIBBON
It is impossible to moralize conveniently when one is being hurried by a person at one's elbow.THE AMAZING MARRIAGE, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
As to the first, it was strange enough to moralize upon the after-fortunes of some of our contemporaries.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 58, NUMBER 358, AUGUST 1845VARIOUS
Then Homer does not moralize by the way, he does not usually approve or condemn; he simply states the deed and its consequences.HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
It sits on a fence to moralize on the life of cows and flings in Plato on the soul.HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS
Surely it is no more difficult to do this than to moralize matter.WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
It struck him as a theme for the moralist; but he had no time to moralize upon it.THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
But it is best to be careful how you begin to moralize too early; you deprive yourself of a great deal of fun in that way.SUMMER CRUISING IN THE SOUTH SEASCHARLES WARREN STODDARD
Another sort moralize upon every petty accident, and seem to set up for philosophers, instead of historians.THE ANGLO-FRENCH ENTENTE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES BASTIDE

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