[mawr-uh-lahyz, mor-] /ˈmɔr əˌlaɪz, ˈmɒr-/
verb (used without object), moralized, moralizing.
to reflect on or express opinions about something in terms of right and wrong, especially in a self-righteous or tiresome way.
verb (used with object), moralized, moralizing.
to explain in a , or draw a from.
to improve the of.
(intransitive) to make moral pronouncements
(transitive) to interpret or explain in a moral sense
(transitive) to improve the morals of
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.
[mawr-uh l, mor-] /ˈmɔr əl, ˈmɒr-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or concerned with the principles or rules of right conduct or the distinction between right and wrong; ethical: moral attitudes. 2. expressing or conveying truths or counsel as to right conduct, as a speaker or a literary work. 3. founded on the fundamental principles […]
[mawr-uh-lee, mor-] /ˈmɔr ə li, ˈmɒr-/ adverb 1. in a manner. 2. from a point of view: morally reprehensible. 3. . 4. virtually; practically.
noun 1. a political action group formed mainly of Protestant fundamentalists to further strict conservative aims, as strong antiabortion laws, the restoration of school prayer, the teaching of creationism in public schools, and the curbing of books and television programs considered antireligious or immoral. noun 1. a presumed majority of people believed to be in […]
noun 1. philosophy dealing with the principles of morality; ethics. noun 1. the branch of philosophy dealing with both argument about the content of morality and meta-ethical discussion of the nature of moral judgment, language, argument, and value