On Monday, Crist tried to play the moralist, saying, “When people lie and steal, there is a price to pay.”
The grandson of a Scottish Presbyterian minister, Murdoch fancies himself something of a moralist.
Just as in their politics, when it comes to process, Romney versus Santorum is a fight between the technocrat and the moralist.
Those who live by junk journalism, the moralist in me proclaims, shall die by junk journalism.
They touched, however, problems which are common to the lawyer and to the moralist.
He wrote from the view-point of the politician,—not of the moralist.
A moralist he must be, if his work is to have any far-reaching significance, any final value.
As a moralist Lesage is the reverse of severe, but he is far from being base.
The moralist who bans passion is not of our time; his place these many years is with the dead.
Monsieur Gayarre is a man of steady habits—a moralist—a miser.