- tediously or pretentiously didactic.
Origin of preachy
Examples from the Web for preachy
Contemporary Examples of preachy
There were a lot of characters making these preachy speeches.A Tony Voter on Bryan Cranston’s Overrated LBJ, Neil Patrick Harris’s Underwhelming Hedwig
June 4, 2014
And it's not a preachy, political attack on that culture, which was another common reading.Warhol's $105 Million 'Crash' Is A Portrait of Consumption
November 14, 2013
Historical Examples of preachy
Although they wore clerical garb they were not in the least "preachy."Kent Knowles: Quahaug
Joseph C. Lincoln
Simply that they will not have her in these preachy domestic parts, that's all.The Light of the Star
They do to-day—only we make a fuss about it and get preachy.The Memoirs of an American Citizen
It is only upon the stage that she has been made artificial, prim, and preachy.Shadows of the Stage
The Walls of Jericho being a long, preachy and rather foolish tirade against a game of cards, my apparent digression is necessary.
- informal inclined to or marked by preaching