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Origin of rhetorical question
Words nearby rhetorical question
British Dictionary definitions for rhetorical question
Cultural definitions for rhetorical question
A question posed without expectation of an answer but merely as a way of making a point: “You don't expect me to go along with that crazy scheme, do you?”
Idioms and Phrases with rhetorical question
A question asked without expecting an answer but for the sake of emphasis or effect. The expected answer is usually “yes” or “no.” For example, Can we improve the quality of our work? That's a rhetorical question. [Late 1800s]