1. the act of making moral (or more moral)
    for years she worked toward the moralization of English literature
  2. indulgence in moral pronouncements; the exposition (often superficially) of a particular moral code
    his constant moralizing drove me mad
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How To Use moralisation In A Sentence

  • The number of people who've posted remarks along the lines of "I know it's racist, but I'm British ..." is indicative of the demoralisation and discombobulation of non-Muslim Brits you speak of. Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...
  • Dr John Marks, a past chairman of the British Medical Association, quoting Caius Petronius, warned that the revamp could end up "creating the illusion of progress, while producing confusion, inefficiency and demoralisation". NHS reforms: Is Andrew Lansley's brutal surgery really needed?
  • And that demoralisation is absolutely necessary if they are to drive through the national police force that those with the ACPO/Home Office agenda clearly want. An Ex Traffic Biker Writes: « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • They merely get to measure relative levels of disappointment, disinterest and demoralisation. The Single Measure Of Public Confidence « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Cameron referred to himself in the Guardian on 17 February as a "confirmed localist", who was determined to end the "demoralisation and democratic disengagement" of centralism. What happened to the Big Society? It was killed by proximity to power
  • The state of confusion into which we are thrown by what seem to be senseless acts of brutal violence in Iraq produce the very effects the terrorists intend: our incomprehension and demoralisation .
  • The cause of the demoralisation is the sudden and (let's admit it) impressive turn-around of the fortunes of the Conservatives. James Graham on Nick Clegg's leadership
  • I also think that the crisis in nursing is part of a much broader de-moralisation of the NHS and our wider culture. The retreat from Scutari
  • What was achieved was nothing less than the remoralisation of society. Times, Sunday Times
  • And in the key passage, he says: There may be a basis in the case of some individuals, as perhaps when a male prostitute uses a condom, where this can be a first step in the direction of a moralisation, a first assumption of responsibility, on the way toward recovering an awareness that not everything is allowed and that one cannot do whatever one wants. Pope Benedict edges away from total ban on use of condoms
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