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preachy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpreachypreach‧y /ˈpriːtʃi/ adjective informal  PERSUADEtrying too much to persuade people to accept a particular opinion – used to show disapproval a preachy TV show
Examples from the Corpus
preachyIt's not a bad book, but it's a bit preachy.The last part of your report gets a little preachy.I never intended to get preachy.They were all very earnest, but preachy.Your tone was so stern and pure and preachy, it excited me.But it is a strength of her moving and dazzling achievement that Abbott is never conventional, preachy or platitudinous.Much of the film is preachy, pretentious, and slow.
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