Definition of Rhetoric. Meaning of Rhetoric. Synonyms of Rhetoric

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Definition of Rhetoric

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Irrhetorical
Irrhetorical Ir`rhe*tor"ic*al, a. Not rethorical.
Rhetorical
Rhetorical Rhe*tor"ic*al, a. [L. rhetoricus, Gr. ????. See Rhetoric.] Of or pertaining to rhetoric; according to, or exhibiting, rhetoric; oratorical; as, the rhetorical art; a rhetorical treatise; a rhetorical flourish. They permit him to leave their poetical taste ungratified, provided that he gratifies their rhetorical sense. --M. Arnold. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ly, adv. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ness, n.
Rhetorically
Rhetorical Rhe*tor"ic*al, a. [L. rhetoricus, Gr. ????. See Rhetoric.] Of or pertaining to rhetoric; according to, or exhibiting, rhetoric; oratorical; as, the rhetorical art; a rhetorical treatise; a rhetorical flourish. They permit him to leave their poetical taste ungratified, provided that he gratifies their rhetorical sense. --M. Arnold. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ly, adv. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ness, n.
Rhetoricalness
Rhetorical Rhe*tor"ic*al, a. [L. rhetoricus, Gr. ????. See Rhetoric.] Of or pertaining to rhetoric; according to, or exhibiting, rhetoric; oratorical; as, the rhetorical art; a rhetorical treatise; a rhetorical flourish. They permit him to leave their poetical taste ungratified, provided that he gratifies their rhetorical sense. --M. Arnold. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ly, adv. -- Rhe*tor"ic*al*ness, n.
Rhetoricate
Rhetoricate Rhe*tor"i*cate, v. i. [L. rhetoricari. See Rhetoric.] To play the orator. [Obs.] --South.
Rhetorician
Rhetorician Rhet`o*ri"cian, a. Suitable to a master of rhetoric. ``With rhetorician pride.' --Blackmore.

Meaning of Rhetoric from wikipedia

- Rhetoric (/ˈrɛtərɪk/) is the art of persuasion, which along with grammar and logic (or dialectic – see Marti**** Capella) is one of the three ancient arts...
- English title varies: typically it is titled Rhetoric, the Art of Rhetoric, On Rhetoric, or a Treatise on Rhetoric. Aristotle is generally credited with developing...
- In rhetoric, an anaphora (Gr****: ἀναφορά, "carrying back") is a rhetorical device that consists of repeating a sequence of words at the beginnings of neighboring...
- Constitutive rhetoric is a theory of discourse devised by James Boyd White about the capacity of language or symbols to create a collective identity for...
- The Rhetoric of Reaction: Perversity, ****ility, Jeopardy is a book by theorist Albert O. Hirschman, which styles the rhetoric of conservatism in opposition...
- Byzantine rhetoric refers to rhetorical theorizing and production during the time of the Byzantine Empire. Byzantine rhetoric is significant in part because...
- A Rhetoric of Irony is a book about irony by American literary critic Wayne Booth. Booth argues that in addition to forms of literary irony, there are...
- Universal rhetoric is a central concept in Charles Sanders Peirce's philosophy. According to Peirce, the main purpose of universal rhetoric is to consider...
- In rhetoric, a parenthesis (plural: parentheses; from the Ancient Gr**** word παρένθεσις parénthesis 'injection, insertion', literally '(a) putting in beside')...
- Digital rhetoric can be generally defined as communication that exists in the digital sphere. As such, digital rhetoric can be expressed in many different...