Rhetorical



adjective
1.
used for, belonging to, or concerned with mere style or effect.
2.
marked by or tending to use exaggerated language or bombast.
3.
of, relating to, or concerned with rhetoric, or the effective use of language.
adjective
1.
concerned with effect or style rather than content or meaning; bombastic
2.
of or relating to rhetoric or oratory

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