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See definition of rarest on Dictionary.com
  • adj.exceptional, infrequent
  • adj.precious, excellent
  • adj.not fully cooked

synonyms for rarest

  • extraordinary
  • limited
  • occasional
  • scarce
  • singular
  • strange
  • subtle
  • uncommon
  • unique
  • unlikely
  • unthinkable
  • unusual
  • attenuate
  • attenuated
  • deficient
  • few
  • few and far between
  • flimsy
  • inconceivable
  • isolated
  • light
  • out of the ordinary
  • rarefied
  • recherché
  • scanty
  • scattered
  • seldom
  • semioccasional
  • short
  • sparse
  • sporadic
  • subtile
  • tenuous
  • thin
  • unfrequent
  • unheard of
  • unimaginable
  • unwonted
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antonyms for rarest

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  • common
  • commonplace
  • familiar
  • frequent
  • normal
  • ordinary
  • regular
  • standard
  • sufficient
  • usual
  • cheap
  • typical
  • well-done
  • worthless
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How to use rarest in a sentence

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Turner was an artist of the rarest and most generous equipment, and he had to do what he did, and never reasoned why he did it.
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Happily in the pages of the ‘Tatler’ and ‘Spectator’ there is stored up for us the best and rarest of that quiet wisdom.
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The walls were decorated with the rarest paintings, and the cella itself contained countless treasures.
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A phenomenon614 of the rarest kind is said to have occurred on the shore between Tyre and Ptolemaïs.
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There were treasures of rarest old china and delfware, and curious old carved stands for fragile dishes.
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I can't get away from the idea that we are on the eve of acquiring the rarest of living creatures.
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The writer possesses strength, and strength is one of the rarest qualities in modern fiction.'
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Yet, though all this is true, nobody who wanted one was ever at a loss for a traitor, except in the rarest cases.
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Go quickly, and get another, and seek out the prettiest and rarest.'
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