Thesaurus / rarer
other words for rarer
- few and far between
- out of the ordinary
- unheard of
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This was rarer at football than at cricket, for at football the better team generally wins.
THE GOLD BATP. G. WODEHOUSE
Meningitis, nervous and joint complications are among the rarer sequels.
The rarer their occurrence, the greater the significance attached to them.
THE RELIGION OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIAMORRIS JASTROW
Nothing is rarer than true good nature; those who think they have it are generally only pliant or weak.
The rarer conifers should be planted now and in June, after they have commenced to grow.
Silver is sometimes mixed with the brass, and in rarer cases gold.
Indeed, I know of nothing in the world that is either nobler or rarer than a devoted friendship.
THE HAPPY PRINCE AND OTHER TALESOSCAR WILDE
Silver rings are rarer than those of gold in the tombs of Etruria, and iron and bronze examples are gilt.
FINGER-RING LOREWILLIAM JONES
Callum Dall, the piper, could give no rarer music than that was; and Callum was a seventh son, and was born in the moonshine.
THE WASHER OF THE FORDFIONA MACLEOD
The author of 'Cardigan' shows a fine touch and rarer pigments as the number of his canvases grows.
THE YOUNGER SETROBERT W. CHAMBERS