Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rhetoric.

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Examples

  • The president thinks his rhetorics is so great that we can eat each frog shoved down our throat, at some point even a smart well spoken guy stops being effective at lying!

    Obama to tout Health Care in Maine

  • I guess he prefers someone who looks like him colorwise so his rhetorics were all fake.

    John and Elizabeth Edwards speak out

  • The so-called rhetorics are omitted in translating; they are passages known in Irish as _rosc_, often partly alliterative, but not measured.

    Táin Bó Cúalnge. English

  • A year and a half since elected, the president only did continued campaigning and now it will be intensified with populism and rhetorics at their highest level in years!

    Obama says now is time for Dems to get focused midterms

  • A year and a half since elected, the president only did continued campaigning and now it will be intensified with populism and rhetorics at their highest level in years!

    Obama says now is time for Dems to get focused midterms

  • Arguments about intelligence dominate the rhetorics of robotics design, but what about arguments that propose emotional engagement.

    Revisiting Visions « Beki's Blog (there's an original name)

  • The high culture/low culture divide may no longer be as tightly bound to the class structure of society as it once was, but one should not underestimate the extent to which these rhetorics still reinforce class divisions by rendering abject those perceived as “getting above their station” or as “uncultivated proles”.

    There's No Prescribing Prescriptivism

  • The American people are watching with keen interest what is happening on the hill and no amount of rhetorics will erase the truth.

    Senate Republican may switch vote and back debate on bill

  • The high culture/low culture divide may no longer be as tightly bound to the class structure of society as it once was, but one should not underestimate the extent to which these rhetorics still reinforce class divisions by rendering abject those perceived as “getting above their station” or as “uncultivated proles”.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The American people are watching with keen interest what is happening on the hill and no amount of rhetorics will erase the truth.

    Senate Republican may switch vote and back debate on bill

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