(1) he endeavored to moralize an immoral society(2) At Nuremberg, Rundstedt interpreted his military role as being to execute orders to the best of his ability, but never to moralize to his superior.(3) Instead, Comte sought to moralize one and all, a cure for humanity not for one class at the expense of another.(4) Book number two told him how to dump them, and book number three was how to pick up men, well, this was not to the liking of the newly reigning emperor Augustus, who at that time was trying to moralize Rome.(5) he endeavoured to moralize an immoral society(6) It is outstanding in that the book does not attempt to moralize or preach.(7) We moralize the issue of weight and so the really virtuous person is the one who struggles to maintain a lower weight through sacrifice.(8) They decided to moralize the election and in so doing gave the Christian right a respectability, visibility, and political clout that it had not previously enjoyed.(9) mythographers normally moralize Narcissus as the man who wastes himself in pursuing worldly goods(10) Outlaw, really, your attempting to moralize instinct, and so far the only thing I can see your achieving is contempt for the many that helps no one.(11) They are blatantly, didactically, and moralizingly feminist, but they are also erudite, interesting, and amusing.(12) If there was something moralizingly condescending about the tithing approach to international aid, there's something ghoulish about current development/aid attempts to find the upside of slums, turn them into ├ö├ç├┐ventures├ö├ç├û.(13) They pointed to a progressive development of the concept of holiness, noting that it was gradually moralized under the influence of the great prophets.(14) Des is the only character who really indulges in drugs, which moralizingly prove to be his ultimate undoing, while the others look on and sniff disapprovingly as they sip Martinis in a rather anachronistic, late '90s manner.(15) For moralizers these principles are a question of manners, not of substance.(16) They can help moralise a demoralised community, as Martin Luther King did in the United States in the 1960s.