seldom

All Adverb Noun
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  • These works are not considered of high quality and are seldom if ever performed today.
  • This story is meant to show that they are often heard but seldom seen.
  • The board itself seldom met, with policy being decided by the president of the board.
  • In general, these large fish are seldom seen and difficult to study.
  • I have given up their society, and very seldom see them.
  • Even in large cities, it was seldom necessary to ask for these services by number.
  • He retired to the country and was seldom present at the council.
  • The pair seldom see each other and don't read each other's books.
  • His wife and daughter lived in the country four hours from London and seldom saw the general.
  • While people can fake in practice they seldom do so to any significant level.
  • For the same reasons, the entire band was seldom present in the studio at one time.
  • Children were seldom taken after they were twelve months old.
  • The first flight ended in disaster and the approach has seldom been used since.
  • They were most likely used for trade purposes and were seldom used in Rome.
  • The performances seldom worked, and his father became increasingly removed from his family.
  • Because of their difference in habits, they seldom saw each other even though they lived together.
  • He seldom met with journalists, and when he did, he gave almost nothing away.
  • They may remain with their parents afterwards, but are now seldom or never fed.
  • He saw the cat on on the seldom-visited western part of the island.
  • Mountain lions and other larger animals live in the area but are seldom seen.
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