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Things rhetorician often describes (“rhetorician ________”)
proofs, poet, contemporary, chief, journalist, proof, demetrius

Descriptive words:
greek, great, mere, roman, famous, good, professional, celebrated, brilliant, accomplished, skilled, ancient, true, century, trained, consummate, greatest, young, distinguished, latin, classical, skilful, clever, pagan, eloquent, splendid, sicilian, practised, sophistical, african, athenian, professed, fine, obscure, eminent, better, learned, christian, skillful, honest, able, resplendent, excellent, superb, polished, shallow, perfect, contemporary, successful, sophisticated, known, florid, bad, popular, noted, powerful, noble, rate, least, pure, supreme, gifted, empty, practiced, sighted, specious, philosophical, medieval, expert, prudent, gorgeous, cunning, heathen, correct, byzantine, prominent, philosophic, competent, pompous

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Book See rhetorician used in context: several books and articles.

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