rhetor

A teacher who was a master of public speaking. He would teach the correct manner in which to deliver a speech and address both officials and the public. Public speaking was a vital part of schooling for anyone who wanted to go into law or politics. From ca. 13, clever boys of rich families were sent to a rhetor to learn the art of speaking in publi…...

Rhetor

• (n.) A rhetorician.
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Rhetor

(Latin) teacher of rhetoric.
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Rhetor

Rhe'tor noun [ Latin , from Greek ..........] A rhetorician. [ Obsolete] Hammond.
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Rhetor

A person who is in the course of presenting or preparing rhetorical discourse.
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rhetor

Latin, meaning: rhetorician, teacher of rhetoric.
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rhetor

rhetorician, teacher of rhetoric.
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