rarely[ rair-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF rarely
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RARELY
In this affair real meanings are rarely conveyed except by silences.
They were kind-hearted and rarely did anything that was cruel.
Rarely has there been exhibited so complete a combination of qualities in statesmanship.
This was an unusual event, as he rarely interfered with them during play hours.
Found all too rarely, he is never shelved, for the reason that life cannot do without him.
But in truth her mother so rarely jested that there was some excuse for her.
I rarely talk in this way; it must have been your wife who set me off.
You know, it's just a usual form—a thing that rarely means much of anything.
Mtayage, or the system of half-profits, is rarely found in the Cantal.
He was rarely seen in the paddock, but might this day come out to view The Dutchman.