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Use "moralizer" in a sentence
"And to say he's a moralizer is a kind of vague, lazy charge."
"The philosopher mechanically shrugged his shoulders, as he always did when another man moralized, -- especially if the moralizer were a priest; but there was no irony in his smile, as he answered thoughtfully, --"
"It doesn't quite accord with the image of the moralizer we've known from Atonement and Saturday, but for precisely this reason it is a better book than its three immediate predecessors, which includes the short interludish novel, On Chesil Beach (2007)."