All in all, an unedifying and unhealthy snapshot of conservatism today.
But we will not follow this unedifying conversation further.
In the course of this process he fell into adventures, some of them, perhaps, unedifying.
The birth-stories of Gods are always grotesque and unedifying, but that is because they belong to folk-lore.
Punch's unedifying life was fostering languor within their breasts.
His language I will not repeat—but canting knave, hypocrite, rascal attor—no, it is useless and unedifying to repeat it.
In Brittany, the "wake" is almost as common as it is in Ireland, and quite as frequently degenerates into an unedifying spectacle.
The first is insignificant; and the second even Professor Masson pronounces, "as a digest of logic, disorderly and unedifying."
The discredit into which he fell was due partly to the unedifying incidents of his personal career.
The cylinders usually gyrate with records of fatuous music-hall songs, unedifying coster-airs and farcical speeches.
to inform or enlighten intellectually or spiritually
Latin aedes 'building' + -ficare 'to make'
mid-14c., "to build, construct," also, in figurative use, "to build up morally or in faith," from Old French edefiier "build, install, teach, instruct (morally)," from Latin aedificare "to build, construct," in Late Latin "improve spiritually, instruct" (see edifice). Related: Edified; edifying.