- n.稀有，罕见; 稀薄，稀少; 珍品，罕见的东西;
- 复数: rarities;
Women are still something of a rarity in senior positions in business.
This indicates the rarity of such attacks.
Sontag has always been that rarity, a glamorous intellectual.
It was a real prize due to its rarity and good condition.
Motorized wheelchairs are a rarity here.
Flowering plants were making their first appearance, but were still a rarity.
"Its rarity value is high," Gibson announced gravely.
He was a rarity among Wall Street lawyers.
These stamps have great rarity value.
No one discovers a rarity by chance.
Such a hailstorm was a rarity in that region.
A thing is valued in proportion to its rarity.
Rain is a rarity in the desert.
But the withdrawal of an audit, let alone a decade's worth of them, is a rarity.
Children's books are a luxury to have in Asia and a rarity in an orphanage.
Yet such points of light in Mr Chirac's presidency are notable mainly for their rarity.
然而希拉克时代这些“闪光点 ” 之所以闻名遐迩,主要由于其赶上了千载难逢的历史机遇.
Once a rarity, traffic cameras are away across the country.
A first edition of his work is a rarity but a second is rarer still.
The rarity value of the Games to broadcasters has enhanced its actual value.
CONCLUSION As a rarity medicinal fungi , P . obliquus is valuable to be researched fartherly.
To mark its rarity , each Crown Jewel piano has , as a final touch, a special medallion.
The marked rarity of the ten cent coin of this date lends support to this theory.
We treasure up a lot of world biggest jade rarity, they are thealso the world's treasure.
A rarity among demons , he has retained tracts of his original personality despite his demonic transformation.
These points fully attest to the rarity of the painting.
And they will apologize without hesitation shortly after they lose their temper a rarity.
The pyramid illustrates the relative rarity, and thus the relative value, of each grade of diamond.
The British traveler Charles Thompson spoke for many Grand Tourists when in 1744 he described himself as being impatiently desirous of viewing a country so famous in history, a country which once gave laws to the world, and which is at present the greatest school of music and painting, contains the noblest productions of sculpture and architecture, and is filled with cabinets of rarities, and collections of all kinds of historical relics.
1. noteworthy scarcity
2. a rarified quality;
"the tenuity of the upper atmosphere"
3. something unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting