rhetorician[ ret-uh-rish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF rhetorician
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RHETORICIAN
The manners are clumsy and inferior; the hand of the rhetorician is apparent at every turn.
You say that you can make any man, who will learn of you, a rhetorician?
The rhetorician then must be a just man, and rhetoric is a just thing.
Seneca was the most eminent writer, rhetorician, and orator of his time.
That matters very little, except to a pedant and a rhetorician.
The rhetorician exaggerates and hurls his thunders on flowers.
Vacation took the rhetorician back to the north of Normandy.
It is the exordium of a rhetorician, not of an historical critic.
The king also sent with them Tlepolemus and Ptolemy the rhetorician as envoys.
He obtained his freedom, and acquired celebrity as a rhetorician and historian.