Thesaurus / rhetorician
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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.

"And you did not even see him at his best," exclaimed Favorinus, the Gaul, the sophist and rhetorician.

They persuaded him for a moment that phrases were politics, and that a rhetorician was a statesman.

He charged Gorgias203 the rhetorician with leading the young man to pleasure and drinking, and banished him from his society.

Seneca, the most eminent of them, was the son of M. Annæus Seneca, the rhetorician.

A Smaller History of RomeWilliam Smith and Eugene Lawrence

Next to Dionysius of Halicarnassus, he was the most important critic and rhetorician of the Augustan age.

There was no reproach conveyed by the word; the additional association, if any, was only that of rhetorician or teacher.

SophistPlato

The orator and the rhetorician are always elbowing the dramatist off the scene.

TragedyAshley H. Thorndike

Universal history was begun by Ephorus, the rhetorician, and formed the theme of Polybius and Deodorus.

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