rare

Rare vs Bloody - What's the difference?

rare | bloody |


As adjectives the difference between rare and bloody

is that rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early while bloody is covered in blood.

As verbs the difference between rare and bloody

is that rare is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards while bloody is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

As an adverb bloody is

(au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

Rare vs Gold - What's the difference?

rare | gold |


As an adjective rare

is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare

is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As a noun gold is

forest.

Rare vs Unknown - What's the difference?

rare | unknown |


As adjectives the difference between rare and unknown

is that rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early while unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known.

As a verb rare

is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As a noun unknown is

(algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

Exclusion vs Rare - What's the difference?

exclusion | rare |


As a noun exclusion

is exclusion.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Paucity vs Rare - What's the difference?

paucity | rare |


As a noun paucity

is fewness in number; too few.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Prevalent vs Rare - What's the difference?

prevalent | rare |


As verbs the difference between prevalent and rare

is that prevalent is while rare is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As adjectives the difference between prevalent and rare

is that prevalent is prevalent while rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

Awry vs Rare - What's the difference?

awry | rare |


As adjectives the difference between awry and rare

is that awry is turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place while rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As an adverb awry

is obliquely, crookedly; askew.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Rare vs Extraordinarily - What's the difference?

rare | extraordinarily |


As an adjective rare

is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare

is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As an adverb extraordinarily is

in an extraordinary manner.

Elite vs Rare - What's the difference?

elite | rare |


As a noun elite

is elite.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

Usually vs Rare - What's the difference?

usually | rare |


As an adverb usually

is most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally.

As an adjective rare is

(cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

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