Rare and Unaccustomed

Rare

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Rare adjective – Noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced.
Usage example: “Such good manners are rare these days,” remarked Mrs. Denby, as the young man let her go ahead of him in line

Unaccustomed and rare are semantically related in occasional topic. In some cases you can use "Unaccustomed" instead an adjective "Rare".
Nearby Words: rarity, rarely, rareness
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Unaccustomed

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Unaccustomed adjective – Noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced.
Usage example: unaccustomed styles of cooking that the tourists had to be persuaded to try

Rare and unaccustomed are semantically related in unusual topic. Sometimes you can use "Rare" instead an adjective "Unaccustomed".
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