verb (used without object), mor·al·ized, mor·al·iz·ing.
verb (used with object), mor·al·ized, mor·al·iz·ing.
Examples from the Web for moralization
As M. Millerand expressed it, this law was “a measure of moralization, of solidarity, and of social pacification.”Syndicalism in France|Louis Levine
The entire revealing process can be looked upon as one long story of the moralization of the idea of God.Understanding the Scriptures|Francis McConnell
It is also true that the moralization of character is the more complete as the determined nature of impulses is the more evident.Determinism or Free-Will?|Chapman Cohen
The moralization of the world has, as a matter of historic fact, kept pace with the secularizing of life.A Grammar of Freethought|Chapman Cohen
Now it is the first business of instruction to impart such ideas and standards; but no less is this a work of moralization.The Teacher|George Herbert Palmer
British Dictionary definitions for moralization
Word Origin and History for moralization
c.1400, "expound or interpret spiritual or moral significance," from Old French moraliser and directly from Late Latin moralizare, from moralis (see moral (adj.)). Related: Moralized; moralizing.