The adjective rhetorical means a speech or writing is intended to seem important or influence people.
Synonyms are aureate, articulate, oratorical, or vocal.
The word origins from Latin rhetoricus, and from Greek rhētorikos meaning “oratorical, rhetorical, skilled in speaking”, from rhētōr meaning “orator”.
She answered his rhetorical questions about the issue.
He loves to write numerous rhetorical and theological books.
A full bibliography of the rhetorical thesis is given in the admin of the library.