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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In rhetoric, the use of a question or questions without expecting an answer from another person, in order to express astonishment, or to suggest to the minds of the hearers answers favorable to the speaker's cause; especially, the use of an unbroken series of rhetorical questions. Sometimes called erotesis. See hypophora.

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