His speeches inspire, his rhetoric soars and he exudes charisma.
Back to today: Israel is responding not only to Iran's actions but also to its rhetoric, its statements of intent.
Talks between the two sides will require toning down the rhetoric, mostly from the government.
The rhetoric was mostly as empty of substance and evasive on details as a Paul Ryan budget.
My goal is to make the case for open carry without resorting to the usual “shall not be infringed” rhetoric.
The rhetorician then must be a just man, and rhetoric is a just thing.
He was for a time professor of rhetoric in the University of Maryland.
In the rhetoric of rancour he is a distinguished practitioner.
rhetoric was known by her thunderbolt, and Comedy by her mask.
Homer never could have produced the Iliad, had he learned grammar and rhetoric and criticism.
early 14c., from Old French rethorique, from Latin rhetorice, from Greek rhetorike techne "art of an orator," from rhetor (genitive rhetoros) "speaker, orator, teacher of rhetoric," related to rhesis "speech," rhema "word, phrase, verb," literally "that which is spoken," from PIE *wre-tor-, from root *were- "to speak" (cf. Old English word, Latin verbum, Greek eirein "to say;" see verb).