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Spell check of rare

Correct spelling: rare

Synonyms:
out of date, recherché, freak, unwonted, rarely, at a premium, preeminent, breathable, hoped-for, occasional, few, profuse, weird, exceeding, aberrant, excellent, obsolete, bloody, old, phenomenal, red, deep-fried, precious, preternatural, ethereal, atmosphere, sought-after, au naturel, funny, noble-minded, once or twice, airflow, little, rarefied, usual, aberrated, gossamer, curious, sporadic, anomalous, uncommon, magnificent, raw, unique, longed-for, cooked, strange, novel, wispy, exquisite, fine, sparse, delicate, sublime, scanty, abnormal, tenuous, unaccustomed, battered, antiquated, subtle, out-of-the-way, idealistic, dense, archaic, singular, peculiar, high-minded, tighten, especial, grand, scattered, seldom, dainty, curried, exalted, extraordinary, select, out of sight, al dente, rarified, elevated, odd, deviled, obsolescent, remarkable, breaded, scarce, airless, offbeat, air, ancient, limited, superlative, airy, standout, better, current, cheap, lofty, atypical, infrequent, awesome, outstanding, matchless, rarity, airborne, expensive, towering, deficient, isolated, extraordinaire, cold, exceptional, thin, unusual, high-flown, elegant, blast, underdone, light, short, uncustomary, meager, disused.

Antonyms:
frequent, unexceptional, popular, gross, plain, normal, kitsch, raffish, vulgar, cooked, run-of-the-mine, thick, abundant, typical, familiar, mass-produced, unrefined, daily, wanting, mediocre, uncultured, ordinary, commercial, rough, coarse, uncultivated, customary, expected, everyday, kitschy, run-of-the-mill, predictable, unacceptable, lesser, routine, tasteless, average, common, regular, second-rate, unpolished, unsatisfactory, deficient, second-class, lowbrow, low-grade, usual, inferior, substandard.

Examples of usage:

1) This box possessed the rare peculiarity of a false bottom. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) His violin also lay within reach, for he had been playing there by himself, as Bertrand had gone on one of his rare visits to the city a hundred miles away. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) " By a rare piece of luck," cried he, as he entered, " I 've just chanced upon the very fellow we want; an acquaintance I picked up at the Cape,- up to everything; he goes over to Ireland to- night, and he 'll take a run down to Cro' Martin, and send us his report of all he sees. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

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