Rhetoric in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Rhetoric

persuasive or impressive language which is often insincere

Examples of Rhetoric in a sentence

If someone does not stop the political rhetoric in that country, a civil war is likely to break out soon. đź”Š

The protestors’ rhetoric is filled with anger towards the government.  đź”Š

As a teenager, the best way to avoid trouble is to ignore the angry rhetoric of your peers. đź”Š

The senator will be a great president because he is big on action and low on rhetoric.  đź”Š

The general hoped his rhetoric would stir his soldiers into action.  đź”Š

Although the cult leader filled his followers’ heads with crazy rhetoric, he did not want any of his people to die.  đź”Š

The politician hoped his rhetoric would win him some votes.  đź”Š

Because I know the politician’s rhetoric is insincere, I will definitely not vote for him.  đź”Š

As the activist has gotten older, he has changed the tone of his rhetoric to a more peaceful voice.  đź”Š

Everyone knew the defendant’s statement was simply rhetoric meant to trick the judge into giving him a light sentence.  đź”Š

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