- rhetorical question,
- rhetorical stress,
- rheumatic arteritis,
- rheumatic endocarditis
Origin of rhetorician
Examples from the Web for rhetorician
He obtained his freedom, and acquired celebrity as a rhetorician and historian.
One may be a great orator, according to the usual acceptation of the term "great," and yet be only a declaimer and a rhetorician.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson
"And you did not even see him at his best," exclaimed Favorinus, the Gaul, the sophist and rhetorician.The Emperor, Complete|Georg Ebers
They persuaded him for a moment that phrases were politics, and that a rhetorician was a statesman.History of the Girondists, Volume I|Alphonse de Lamartine
He charged Gorgias203 the rhetorician with leading the young man to pleasure and drinking, and banished him from his society.
early 15c., Old French rethoricien, from rethorique (see rhetoric).