If the moralizer knew just when to stop moralizing, how much longer the flavor of his philosophy would endure.
The moralizer was touched by a grenadier with the butt end of his musket, so that the "spirit fell into the ditch."
A moralizer might find abundant themes for his speculative and impracticable wisdom in a garret.
The old man looks eastward, and (for he is a moralizer) frames a simile of the stage coach and the sun.
The old man looks eastward, and (for he is a moralizer) frames a simile of the stage-coach and the sun.
Brooke laughed softly, as he watched the water run down the moralizer's nose.
Still, he could not explain this to Charnock; he was not a moralizer or clever at argument.
She is more obviously, more consciously a preacher and moralizer than any of her great contemporaries.
"And with too good reason, sir," said Linton, assuming the look and air of a moralizer.
But Grief, not Joy, is a moralizer; and small moralizing wisdom caught Pierre from that scene.