more seldom[ sel-duhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF more seldom
Synonyms for more seldom
- few and far between
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE SELDOM
Sometimes his secretary came with him: sometimes, but, more seldom, a lady.
Advice would not be more seldom asked, nor communication less frequent.
About Waynes home in Virginia skates were seldom seen and more seldom used.
More seldom did Marie come to the Street of the Prison in the evening after the work of the day was done.
The countenance of man, taken in profile, is more seldom perpendicular than that of woman.
The latter are for the most part bi-polar, more seldom multi-polar.
Even the muffin man's bell, so welcome in the winter afternoon's gloom, seems now more seldom heard.
The times when he stepped out freely became more and more seldom, and his face was usually taut.
A hardy herbaceous perennial from South America, as yet rarely seen in English gardens, and more seldom in good form.
The great Sultan likes the fez best, and the turban is seen more and more seldom as the years pass by.