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adj. preach·i·er, preach·i·est
Inclined or given to tedious and excessive moralizing; didactic.
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adj, preachier or preachiest
informal inclined to or marked by preaching
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adj. preach•i•er, preach•i•est.
tediously or obtrusively didactic.
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|Adj.||1.||preachy - inclined to or marked by tedious moralization|
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adjective (Informal) moralizing, self-righteous, didactic, sanctimonious, edifying, holier-than-thou, pontifical, pietistic, canting, pharisaic, religiose, homiletic His speech was tinged with a moralistic, preachy tone.
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adj (inf) → moralisierend
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