is becoming nauseating to say the least, especially when she is making millions out of violent movies that other people's kids will see.
It seems to us that there is an element of undeserving sanctimony
in their viewpoint.
Glen also impresses, his soft-spoken sternness simmering with rage and self-righteous contempt, delivering words of pure menace with chilling sanctimony
The world has not lost its impatience for reproach, and scourges must resign themselves to the narrow satisfactions of sanctimony
Christopher Buckley, a Washington journalist and ex-smoker, appreciates the absurdity of such fulminations, and much of this satiric novel (his fourth) pokes fun at the sanctimony
of the anti-smoking movement.
Shame on you," he roared from the podium, oozing sanctimony
and manufactured outrage in equal measure.
It is the film of Reno's one-woman standup show that takes a scathing look at sanctimony
and patriotism post-Sept.
It is the detail that exposes the sanctimony
, the cynicism and the arrogance that sets this government apart from its predecessors.
Missing the irony, while laying on the sanctimony
, Anthea claimed the C- list housemates were just in the house for personal gain.
By the play's literally deus ex machina ending, the timbre has drifted uncomfortably near sanctimony
What is required is pastoral zeal stemming from sustained contact with ordinary people in the pew, not the cold sanctimony
of academia that has characterised so many episcopal appointments up to now.
Us girls, meantime, did what girls do best - switched between sanctimony
, silence, diplomacy and ripostes.