Perhaps it may be so, but this is a curious moment to moralise on the subject.
By the house at Loretto, I think you have a mind to moralise, Abellino?
But we shall never get away from the Border if we stop to moralise on all its scenes of strife—most of them well forgotten.
Walker did not answer, and the doctor proceeded to moralise.
So he took the oaths and went away to practice the goose step, and moralise on the oddness of things in the world.
It is not the gods who moralise man, it is man who moralises the gods.
I leave the question to the schoolmen, because I am convinced that to moralise with the inexperienced availeth nothing.
But I left him to moralise in private; I had no desire, as the phrase is, to rub it in.
I have not time further to moralise; the numerous incidents of my life would otherwise swell this volume to too great an extent.
It is well that we do not moralise too much upon such subjects.