Perhaps—being in the moralising strain—the honest surgeon at the dispensary might come in as an illustration.
But I will not—here at least—plunge into a moralising strain.
So with Godolphin: he was too refined in his moralising to cling to what was moral.
Thus Shakib, who has caught the moralising evil from his Master.
Moreover, the moralising is less tedious, and the satire more pungent than in the earlier plays.
He finishes the description with a quaint little bit of moralising.
"You are in exceeding good humour," said the friend of this morose and moralising bridegroom.
"Why, Miss Vernon, you are in a moralising vein," cried her mate.
Mr Ravenshaw was left alone, moralising on the depravity of human nature.
She turned from this moralising voice to the stranger on the other side.