Instead, Burkman asked a rhetorical question, “Do I want to enter a business of prescribing what is indecent?”
He then posed a rhetorical question that has become a rallying cry of the NRA.
That sounds like a rhetorical question, but I mean it quite literally as a question.
Hush, Charles; it's a rhetorical question; he wants to answer it himself.
It is no long step from this to the rhetorical question and its formal answer "ay but——."
He emitted a tremulous sigh before answering his own rhetorical question.
It is a rhetorical question purely, but she does not want to play.
Yet a rhetorical question deserves to be raised: Does anyone know everything about sex?
For a moment he was pulled up, when to his rhetorical question, "What has Home Rule meant to us?"
Carlisle perceived a rhetorical question, though she didn't know it under that name; she made no reply.
A question posed without expectation of an answer but merely as a way of making a point: “You don't expect me to go along with that crazy scheme, do you?”