from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In rhetoric, the employment of rebuke or reproaches, in order to produce an oratorical effect, as when a speaker seeks to rouse a legislative or popular assembly and impel it to decided action: accounted by some a figure. Also called
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Rhet.) A figure by which a person seeks to convince and move by an elegant kind of upbraiding.
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- noun rhetoric A
rhetorical figureseeking to convinceand moveby an elegant kind of upbraiding.
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- noun a rhetorical device in which the speaker reproaches the audience in order to incite or convince them
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Latin reproof, from Ancient Greek to strike at, reprove.
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