Definition of Rhetors
1. rhetor [n] - See also: rhetor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhetors
Literary usage of Rhetors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest, with by William Smith, George Washington Greene (1883)
"Cratinus, Eupolis, Aristophanes. § 8. Prose writers of the period. Thucydides. § 9. Xenophon. g 10. Athenian education. § 11. rhetors an'd sophists. § 12. ..."
2. Greece: II. Grecian History to the Reign of Peisistratus at Athens by George Grote (1899)
"The answers made to him,— not merely by ordinary citizens, but by men of talent and genius, such as the poets or the rhetors, when called upon for an ..."
3. A History of Greece, from the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest by William Smith, George Washington Greene (1890)
"rhetors and sophists. § 12. Life of Socrates. § 13. How he differed from the sophists. § 14. Enmity against him. § 15. His impeachment, trial, and death. ..."
4. Epideictic Literature by Theodore C. Burgess (1902)
"The fact that so many historians were rhetors before or at the same time with their historical activity would make it reasonable to expect epideictic ..."
5. Plato, and the Other Companions of Sokrates by George ( Grote (1888)
"Do you know any public speakers who aim at anything more than gratifying the public, or who care to make The rhetors the public better? ..."