rara avis[ rair-uh ey-vis; Latin rah-rah ah-wis ]SEE DEFINITION OF rara avis
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He seems to think that I am a sort of a rara avis, a freak of nature.
An adversary is a rara avis at any time; and this one is Holmlock Shears!
It would be erroneous to suppose that the new farmer is a rara avis.
But the goose that lays a golden egg every morning is a rara avis.
He is a rara avis in that country from the fact that he hates whiskey.
On the 25th, we overhauled that rara avis in mare, a Prussian ship.
A swagman who has important private business with me is a rara avis.
Now this Mrs. Fitzsnob is not a rara avis, but is frequently met with.
He has you guessing, old girl, and the man who does that is a rara avis.
Well, a good and perfect woman is a rara avis, at all events mother.