The rhetorician then must be a just man, and rhetoric is a just thing.
Seneca was the most eminent writer, rhetorician, and orator of his time.
It is indeed not in the remotest degree as a rhetorician that he arrests us in these unique tales.
You say that you can make any man, who will learn of you, a rhetorician?
We see something in it akin to the trick of the rhetorician, who seeks to hide poverty of thought under glittering phrases.
That matters very little, except to a pedant and a rhetorician.
Finally he reached the school of Prœres the rhetorician, and soon became a teacher of eloquence himself.
Vacation took the rhetorician back to the north of Normandy.
Flchier is somewhat more archaic in style than Bossuet or Fnelon, and he is also more definitely a rhetorician than either.
He obtained his freedom, and acquired celebrity as a rhetorician and historian.