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Old age is the saddest and rarest way to go; I witnessed it only once.

Not only, in the rarest of cases, where there a female lead in a blockbuster action movie, but the damsel in distress was a dude.

This one features no red carpet, no paparazzi and, only in the rarest of circumstances, a celebrity.

George H.W. Bush was that rarest of rarities: a genuinely modest man in the office of the presidency.

In my book it certainly qualifies as a “rarest of the rare” kind of crime.

In Europe they are made of the most costly materials, and studded with the rarest gems.

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.

Happily in the pages of the ‘Tatler’ and ‘Spectator’ there is stored up for us the best and rarest of that quiet wisdom.

The walls were decorated with the rarest paintings, and the cella itself contained countless treasures.

A phenomenon614 of the rarest kind is said to have occurred on the shore between Tyre and Ptolemaïs.


On this page you'll find 103 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rarest, such as: limited, unusual, singular, uncommon, occasional, and extraordinary.

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