Definition of preachy in English:

preachy

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Pronunciation: /ˈpriːtʃi
 
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adjective (preachier, preachiest)

informal

Derivatives

preachiness

noun
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  • The newer generation of film-makers have reacted against its perceived preachiness, looking instead for a style that is imaginative, challenging, and visually stimulating.
  • It was long on the preachiness, long on the abuse, long on the ‘preaching to the choir’ factor, and very, very short on actual analysis.
  • She's gotten less reliant on the single descending tone, with its tendency toward preachiness.

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