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Example sentences for rhetorically

Rhetorically, science and metaphysics are incompatible.
Their views are much closer than their fierce and rhetorically exaggerated campaign rivalry suggests.
Rhetorically, his speech sought to bind those wounds by binding us together.
The president was engaged in the war rhetorically but maintained an odd detachment from its management.
Terrorism has become not merely a political act, but a carefully designed and rhetorically sophisticated attempt at communication.
Rhetorically, the use of confrontation seems to be advisable only when other approaches have failed.
She rhetorically asked--now that he was satisfied, was he going to stop seeing her.

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