Definition of Rarely. Meaning of Rarely. Synonyms of Rarely

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Definition of Rarely

Rarely
Rarely Rare"ly, adv. 1. In a rare manner or degree; seldom; not often; as, things rarely seen. 2. Finely; excellently; with rare skill. See 3d Rare, 2. The person who played so rarely on the flageolet. --Sir W. Scott. The rest of the spartments are rarely gilded. --Evelyn.

Meaning of Rarely from wikipedia

- Never Rarely Sometimes Always is a 2020 American-British drama film written and directed by Eliza Hittman. It stars Sidney Flanigan, Talia Ryder, Théodore...
- The Rarely Herd are an American Bluegr**** band from Athens County, Ohio, founded in 1989, playing progressive and traditional bluegr**** as well as their...
- operation (for example, Ctrl+C); similar to the Shift key, the Control key rarely performs any function when pressed by itself. The Control key is located...
- Jamie is a male and female name. It is a diminutive form of James or, more rarely, other names. Jamie Anderson (snowboarder) (born 1990), American snowboarder...
- Rosy is a given name or nickname and, more rarely, a surname. It may refer to: Rosy Afsari (1946?–2007), actress in the Bangladeshi film industry Rosy...
- "4̅" is a shorthand for the standard numeral "SSSS0". Overline is also a rarely used format for denoting Gödel numbers: for example, "A V B" says the Gödel...
- Women You Rarely Greet (German: Frauen, die man oft nicht grüßt) is a 1925 German silent film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Lya Mara, Alfons...
- 'ministers of state' , Ministers of state ( with independent charge ) and, rarely, deputy ministers. The council is led by the Prime Minister of India. A...
- Things a Computer Scientist Rarely Talks About (2001) is a book by Donald E. Knuth, published by CSLI Publications of Stanford, California. The book contains...
- pork is salt-cured pork. It is usually prepared from pork belly, or, more rarely, fatback. Salt pork typically resembles uncut slab bacon, but is fattier...
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