Inclined to teach or moralize excessively
He now thinks Class Enemy a bit crude, a bit preachy.
The Interpreter does get a bit preachy at times with its (thinly) veiled resemblance to current political issues.
Without trying to sound preachy, the merits of lying are obvious.
The last third is a bit of a disappointment, because it gets preachy, loses its hard edge, and gets soft.
The episode was far from standard West Wing, at times it became preachy.
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