from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Rare, uncommon.
- adj. Unusual, unwonted.
- adv. Seldom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Rare; uncommon; unusual.
- adv. Rarely; seldom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Rarely; seldom.
- Scarce; rare; uncommon.
The bridge over the Nene at Thrapston was broken, and that over the Wensum at Attlebridge could no longer bear the great traffic passing to and from the worsted seld at Norwich.
You might also note that the Gov is determined to hand over the reins of the NHS chequebook to a bunch of seld-employed, overpaid, medical freemasons ( GPs) As far as the other "services" are concerned ( Army etc ) they're a complete law unto themselves.
It's just a shame that Democrats in congress sold out the S. Koreans by refusing to allow Nixon to seld help to his allies once America had withdrawn.
In addition to the groups you mention there is the overall swing towards the overall number of seld-identified Democrats.
One can't be clear based on the wording whether the seld-confessing was to being homosexual/heterosexual or to being child molesters.
Teh sled – seld – sild – hardlee eber seen Lock Ness Kitteh surfisez.
Sharrkan and Zau Al – Makan, and what befel them of things seld – seen and Peregrine. 138
Al – Makan, and what befel them of things seld – seen and
Now an thou wouldst get possession of this queen and wed this jewel seld-seen and enjoy her beauty and loveliness and grace, do thou pay heed to my words and keep them in thy memory.
Barmecide, who bore with the Commander of the Faithful and waited till the next Friday, when he entered the cathedral-mosque and, foregathering with the Caliph, related to him all that occurred to him of extra-ordinary stories anent seld-seen love and lovers, with intent to draw out what was in his mind.