Word: RARE

The word RARE has appeared in at least 1104 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""... neither rich nor ___"": Pope"
"""... so ___ as a day in June?"""
"""... so ___ as a day in June?"": J.R. Lowell"
"""And it is a ___ thing that the king requireth"" (Dan 2:11)"
"""And what is so ___ as a day in June? "" Lowell"
"""And what is so ___ as a day in June?"": Lowell"
"""Bloody"""
"""For the ___ and radiant maiden"": Poe"
"""Get Ready"" ___ Earth"
"""I Just Want to Celebrate"" band ___ Earth"
"""It's a ___ condition, this day and age..."" (""Family Matters"" opening)"
"""O ___ Ben Jonson!"""
"""So ___"" (Jimmy Dorsey hit)"
"""Still mooing"""
"""Still mooing,"" as burgers go"
"""Still mooing,"" as steaks go"
"""Still mooing,"" at a steakhouse"
"""Suddenly, as ___ things will, it vanished"": E. B. Browning"
"""The ___ Breed"" (1966 Western)"
"""___ as a winter swallow"": Balzac"
"""___, medium or well-done?"""
"""___, please"" (""I like mine still mooing"")"
'... ___ as a day in June?'
'70s hitmakers ___ Earth
'So ___' (Jimmy Dorsey hit)
"1966 Stewart film ""The --- Breed"""
A bit beyond raw
Adjective for a whooping crane
Adjective for cerium
"Adjective on ""Antiques Roadshow"""
Admirable
Ahi specification
Almost extinct
Almost red
Almost unique
Almost unobtainable
An alternative to medium
"Answer to a waiter, sometimes"
Antiquarian's adjective
Antique description
At a premium
Attenuated.
Atypical
Awfully bloody
Barbecue order
Barely broiled
Barely cooked
"Barely cooked, as steak"
Barely done
"Barely done, as steak"
Barely grilled
Barely on the grill
Beef order
Beefsteak order
"Beefsteak order, sometimes"
"Ben Jonson, for one"
Between raw and medium
Bibliophile's label
Bloody
Bloody at the steakhouse
"Bloody, meat-wise"
"Bloody, perhaps"
"Bloody, so to speak"
Book classification
Book collector's category
Briefly broiled
Broiled just a bit
Burger order
Burger order specification
Card to hum by
Choice
Choice for steak
Choice.
Chophouse choice
Chophouse order
Chophouse preference
Chophouse request
Close to extinct
Coin classification
Coin grade
Coin rating
Collectible status
Collector's adjective
Collector's guide adjective
Cooked slightly
Cookout request
Covetable to collectors
Definitely not well-done
Delmonico's order
Describing Ben Jonson
Description on many eBay listings
Descriptive of Ben Jonson
Desirable to collectors
"Desirable, to a book collector"
"Desirable, to a numismatist"
Dictionary notation
Diner's request
Distinctive
Distinctive.
Endangered
"Endangered, perhaps"
Exceedingly uncommon
Excellent
"Excellent, as wine"
Excellent.
Exceptional
Exceptional.
Extra-ordinary
Extradordinary
Extraodinary
Extraordinary
Extraordinary.
Extremely hard to find
Extremely scarce
Extremely uncommon
Facing extinction
"Facing extinction, maybe"
Far from everyday
Far from frequent
Far from plentiful
Far from well done
Few and far between
Filet choice
Filet mignon order
"Filet mignon order, sometimes"
Fine
"Fired only briefly, maybe"
First-rate
Friday the 13th is.
Good way to cook tuna
Half-baked?
Hamburger order
Hard to come by
Hard to find
"Hard to find, as a musical track"
"Hard to find, as a track"
Hard to find.
Hard to get
Hard to get.
Hard to locate
Hard-to-find
Hard-to-find song
Hardly available
Hardly cooked
Hardly ever seen
Hardly seen
Hardly spotted
Hardly ubiquitous
Hardly well done
Hardly well-done
Hardly well-done?
Highly collectible
Highly distinctive.
Highly uncommon
Highly unusual
How seared tuna is usually cooked
How some like their steak
How some steaks are cooked
In ___ form
In short supply
In very short supply
Incomparable
Infrequent
Infrequent.
Infrequently spotted
Instruction for the chef
June day or Jonson
Just barely cooked
Just barely on the grill
Kind of book
Kind of book some dealers deal in
Kind of earth
Kind of form
Kind of treat
Label in a bibliophile's catalog
Less common
Less cooked than medium
Less than medium
Lightly broiled
Lightly cooked
"Like ""a day in June"""
Like Ben Jonson
"Like Ben Jonson, according to his epitaph"
Like Bob Dylan interviews
Like Inverted Jenny stamps
Like Lowell's June day
Like Lowell's day in June
Like Strads
Like a $2 bill
Like a 1909-S VDB penny
Like a 1913 Liberty Head nickel
Like a 1943 copper penny
Like a Babe Ruth triple
Like a Bigfoot sighting
Like a California condor
Like a Gutenberg Bible
Like a June day
"Like a June day, to Lowell"
Like a June day.
Like a June day?
Like a Liberty Head gold dollar
Like a Liberty gold coin
Like a Mark McGwire triple
Like a Stradivarius
Like a Vermeer painting
Like a black pearl
Like a black swan event
Like a bloody steak
Like a blue lobster
Like a blue moon
Like a blue rose
Like a cold day in August
Like a cold day in July
Like a collector's item
Like a compliant cat
Like a condor
Like a condor in the wild
Like a day in June
"Like a day in June, according to Lowell"
"Like a day in June, to Lowell"
Like a day in June?
Like a day without spam
Like a four-leaf clover
Like a hole-in-one
Like a mint Mickey Mantle rookie card
Like a no-hitter
Like a once-in-a-blue-moon event
Like a perfect game
Like a perfect game in baseball
Like a royal flush
Like a sighting of an ivory-billed woodpecker
Like a steak with a red center
Like a total solar eclipse
Like a triple play
Like a typo in a carefully edited book
Like a white Bengal tiger
Like an 1864 two cent piece
Like an endangered animal species
Like an inside-the-park home run
Like an ivory-billed woodpecker
Like an onside kick
Like an unassisted triple play
Like an underdone steak
Like baby condors
Like ball lightning
Like barely broiled meat
Like bipartisan cooperation
Like blue moons
Like cerium
Like certain books
Like coconuts in Antarctica
Like collectible coins
Like compliments from a perfectionist
Like condors
Like condors or whooping cranes
Like endangered species
Like erbium or terbium
Like fine art
"Like first editions, often"
Like four-leaf clovers
Like hard-to-find tracks
Like helium
Like hen's teeth
Like hens' teeth
"Like hens' teeth, proverbially"
"Like hens' teeth, so to speak"
Like holes-in-one
"Like holographic Charizard, in Pokemon"
Like humble rappers
Like hurricanes in January
Like inside-the-park homers
Like inverted Jenny stamps
Like lucid responses on Yahoo! Answers
Like many collectibles
Like many valuable stamps
Like most things vintage
Like mountain air
Like natural pearls
Like no-hitters
Like once in a blue moon
Like one in a million
Like out-of-print LPs
Like praseodymium
Like proverbial hen's teeth
Like public bathrooms in New York City
Like red meat
Like red meat?
Like safeties
Like snow in L.A.
Like snow in Tampa
Like some beef
Like some bird species
Like some birds
Like some coins
Like some coins or steaks
Like some collectible coins
Like some collectibles
Like some finds
Like some gases
Like some hamburgers
Like some sightings and steaks
Like some stamps
Like some stamps or steaks
Like some steak
Like some steaks
Like some vinyl or footage
Like terbium or erbium
Like the Inverted Jenny stamp
Like the T206 Honus Wagner baseball card
"Like the first issue of ""Action Comics"""
Like the flying lemur
Like the giant panda
Like the pied-billed grebe
Like the spotted owl
Like the whooping crane
Like triple plays
Like unassisted triple plays
Like valuable coins
Like valuable old coins
Like valuable stamps
Like valued old books
Like white Bengal tigers
Like white elephants
Like white rhinos and black swans
Like white tigers
Like whooping cranes
Like whooping cranes.
Like years evenly divisible by four that are not leap years
Little-seen
Meat request
Medium ___
Medium alternative
Medium-___
More red than pink
More than scarce
Most uncommon
Motown band ___ Earth
Nearly extinct
Nearly impossible
Nearly unique
Nearly unique in the world
Nearly unobtainable
"Newsworthy, perhaps"
Not an everyday occurrence
Not anywhere close to well-done
Not at all typical
Not at all well done
Not at all well-done
Not common
Not commonplace
Not cooked a lot
"Not cooked very much, like a steak"
Not dense
Not easily available
Not easy to find
Not exactly widespread
"Not found in many stamp collections, say"
Not garden variety
Not medium or well
Not often observed
Not often seen
Not plentiful
Not quite raw
Not quite unique
Not seen much
Not seen much^RAR
Not that common
Not the usual
Not to be had
Not turning up much
Not usual
Not usual.
Not well at all
Not well done
"Not well, say"
Not well-done
Not well-done at all
Not well-done.
Not well?
Not widely seen
Numismatist's classification
Obscure album
Odd
"Of interest to a collector, say"
Of interest to collectors
"Of interest to collectors, say"
Of particular interest to a completist
Of special excellence
Of thin texture.
Of value to collectors
"On the hoof, in lunch counter lingo"
On the pink side
On-in-a-million
Once in a blue moon
Once-in-a-blue-moon
Once-in-a-lifetime
One in a million
"One in a million, e.g."
"One in a million, say"
One-in-a- million
One-in-a-million
Opposite of well
Opposite of well done
Opposite of well-done
"Opposite of well-done, in a restaurant"
Order at the restaurant
Order for roast beef
Order to a chef
"Out of print, say"
Out of the ordinary
Out-of-print
Out-of-print LPs
Outback order
Outback request
Overused eBay adjective
Peter Luger order
Pink
Pink as steak
Pink in the middle
Pink inside
"Pink or red, e.g."
"Pink, as a steak"
"Pink, as steak"
"Pink, at the chophouse"
"Pink, foodwise"
"Pink, in a steakhouse"
"Pink, in steakhouses"
"Pink, maybe"
"Pink, say"
"Pink, so to speak"
"Pink, to a chef"
Pinker than medium
Pinkish
"Pinkish, as a steak"
Poe's adjective for Lenore
Porterhouse order
"Porterhouse preference, perhaps"
Porterhouse request
"Porterhouse request, sometimes"
Porterhouse specification
"Porterhouse specification, sometimes"
Practically unheard-of
"Precious, in a way"
Pretty bloody
Pretty pink
"Pricey, probably"
Prime rib order
Prime rib preference
Prized by collectors
Quite atypical
Quite uncommon
Rather red
Real pink
Recherch
Recherche
Recherch
Recurring only intermittently
Red
Red in the center
Red in the middle
"Red in the middle, as steak"
Red inside
"Red on the inside, as a steak"
"Red or pink, at Ponderosa"
"Red, as a steak"
Red-to-pinkish
Reddish
Reddish pink
"Reddish, perhaps"
Remarkable
Remarkably fine
Reply to the waiter
"Reply to the waiter, perhaps"
Response to a waitress
Response to the waiter
Rib-eye request
Roast beef order
Roast beef request
"Roast beef request, perhaps"
"Roast beef request, sometimes"
Ruth's Chris order
Scarce
Scattered
Seen once in a blue moon
Seldom
Seldom encountered
Seldom found
Seldom seen
Seldom seen.
Seldom spotted
Seldom to be found
Seriously pink
Served raw
Short of medium
Singular
Slightly cooked
Smith & Wollensky option
Smith & Wollensky request
Sought after by numismatists
Sought by bibliomaniacs
Sought by philatelists
Special
Specification with a steak order
Sporadically spotted
Spotted infrequently
Stamp designation
Steak choice
Steak description
Steak house specification
Steak instruction.
Steak option
Steak order
"Steak order, sometimes"
Steak order.
Steak orderer's option
Steak preference
Steak request
Steak spec
Steak specification
Steak style
Steakhouse adjective
Steakhouse order
Steakhouse pink
Steakhouse request
Steakhouse specification
Still bloody
"Still mooing, so to speak"
Still pink
Still pink inside
Still red inside
"Still red inside, as a steak"
Still red on the inside
"Still red, as a steak"
Stipulation now warned about on some menus
Subtle.
Superfine
Superior
T-bone order
T-bone specification
Telephone part
Tenuous
Thin
Thin in density
"Thin, as air"
"Thin, as air."
"Thin, as gas"
Thinly distributed
Tough to find
"Tough to find, as a track"
Tough to get your hands on
Tough to spot
Tuna order
Tuna orderer's option
"Tuna steak designation, often"
Turf designation
Type of bird or earth
Uncommon
Uncommon.
Uncommonly good
Undercooked
Undercooked or underrepresented
"Undercooked, as meat"
"Undercooked, perhaps"
"Undercooked, to some"
Underdone
Underdone.
Undone?
Unique
Unlikely
Unlikely to be seen
Untypical.
Unusual
Unusual.
Unusually excellent
Unusually fine
Unusually good
Unusually good.
Unusually great.
Unwonted
Valuable
Valuable to a degree.
Valuable to collectors
"Valuable, perhaps"
Very hard to find
Very infrequent
Very pink
Very pink on the inside
Very scarce
Very thinly distributed
Very uncommon
Very unusual
Way to cook a steak.
Way to cook meat.
Way to cook steak
Way to make steak
Well alternative
Well-done's opposite
"Well-done's opposite, in the kitchen"
Word for Ben Jonson
Word for Jonson
Word that's music to a collector's ears
___ Earth
___ as a blue rose
___ bird
"___, medium or well done"
"___, medium or well-done"
___-earth element
Like blue moons
Of interest to collectors
Steak specification
Like proverbial hen’s teeth
One way to serve a steak
Hard to come by
Red inside
Like a pink steak
Like black rhinos
Hard to come by
Uncommon
Not medium or well done
Nearly unobtainable
Pink, in a steakhouse
Unusual, uncommon
Unusually good
Very lightly cooked, meat say
Like Inverted Jenny postage stamps
Like white elephants
It's hard to find introductions for Rock-and-Roll editions
Like an unassisted triple play
Hard to find
Found at an antiquarian bookstore, perhaps
Very uncommon
Like N.F.L. games ending in a tie
Scarce as hen's teeth
Like a 1913 Liberty nickel
Hard to find
Scarce
Like tritium and triplets
Barely cooked
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
In very short supply
Highly uncommon
Uncommon
Prized by collectors
Ruth's Chris request
On the endangered list, most likely
Undercooked (steak)
Lightly cooked
Seldom found
Hard to find
It's hard to find introductions for Rock-and-Roll editions
Very hard to find
Exceptional
Very lightly cooked, meat say
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Uncommon
Opposite of well-done
Hard to come by
Steakhouse order
Endangered
Infrequent
Exceptional
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Steak order
Infrequent
Not common
Scarlett of ''Gone with the Wind''
Not common
Like "Inverted Jenny" stamps
Hard to find
Hard to find
Hard to find
Hard to find
Like a 1909 S VDB penny
Like walk-off touchdowns
Uncommon
Uncommon
Scarce
Scarce
Scarce
Scarce
Scarce
Scarce
Unusual
Unusual
Highly uncommon
Hard to find sample of Sierra Redwood
Steak order
Steak order
Very lightly cooked, meat say
Nearly extinct
Highly atypical
Uncommon
Very hard to find
Like albinism
Barely cooked
Barely cooked
Unusual
Unusual or undercooked (steak)
Uncommon
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Unusual
Very infrequent
Unusual
Unusual or undercooked (steak)
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Highly collectible
Lightly cooked
Lightly cooked
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Unusual
Unusual
Unusual, uncommon
Like "Inverted Jenny" postage stamps
Exceptional
Like white panthers
Pepper a red mullet slice with something that's uncommon
Unusual
Uncommon
Like things you don't see every day
Undercooked
Undercooked
Nearly unobtainable
Quite uncommon
Like four-leaf clovers
Unusual
Remarkable
Hard to get hold of
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Uncommon
Facet missing from aftercare tends to be hard to find
"Still mooing," at a steakhouse
Unusual
Seldom seen
Unusual
Quite unusual
Very lightly cooked, meat say
Unusually fine
Like pink steak
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Not common
"r," in a text
Infrequent
Very uncommon
Uncommon
Burger order
Hardly commonplace
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Very uncommon
Seldom seen
Like barely cooked steak
Not easy to find
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Seldom found
Unusual
Exceptional
Quite uncommon
Seldom spotted
Hard to find
Almost never seen
Steak order
Scarce
Exceptional
Like the T206 Honus Wagner baseball card
Far from plentiful
Far from well-done
Not common
Exceptional
Hard to find
Uncommon
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
In danger of extinction, perhaps
Very uncommon
"Antiques Roadshow" adjective
Almost never found
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Exceptional
Like hen's teeth, it's said
Scarce as hen's teeth
Hard to find
Exceptional
Steak choice
Exceptional
Like Mantle rookie cards
Turning time right back is almost unheard of
Scarce
Word from Old English for ''lightly boiled''
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Barely cooked
Seldom seen
Uncommon
Scarce
Like blue lobsters
Scarce
Like black sheep
Very hard to find
Incredibly hard to find
Lightly cooked
Uncommon
Collectible
Seldom found
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Uncommon
Exceptional
U-turn from widely distributed
Quite uncommon
Scarce
Filet mignon order
Scarce
Like a double eagle in golf
Uncommon
Facet missing from aftercare tends to be hard to find
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Exceptional
Steak order
Exceptional
Difficult to find
Steak order
Exceptional
Pink, at a steakhouse
Not common
Unusual
Hard to find
Uncommon
Unusual
Like white tigers
Like a 1943 copper penny
Scarce
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Few and far between
Infrequent
Seldom-found
Hard to come by
Seldom seen
Seldom seen
Exceptional
Like Mantle rookie cards
Like $10 gold eagle coins
Unusual
Unusual or undercooked (steak)
Very hard to find
Barely cooked
Like four-leaf clovers
Quite uncommon
Very uncommon
Excellent gunners and engineers
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Exceptional
Like a solar eclipse
Uncommon
Highly infrequent
Lightly cooked
Steak choice
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Unusual
Very hard to find
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Like a 1953 Aston Martin
Rough and ready eggy starters are undercooked
Seldom seen
Undercooked
Scarce
Scarce
Very hard to find
Barely done
Like snow leopards
Highly collectible
Reply to the waiter, perhaps
Like a black pearl
Word waiters write
Steak order
Infrequent
Lightly cooked
Undercooked, as steak
Exceptional
Quite uncommon
Occurring once in a blue moon
Occurring once in a blue moon
Occurring once in a blue moon
Not medium or well-done
"Bloody," at a diner
Nearly unobtainable
Hard to come by
Seldom seen
Prevalent? Not at all
Very seldom seen
Unusual
Hard to come by
Still red in the middle
Like signatures of William Shakespeare
Steak request
Steak choice
Like proverbial hens' teeth
Desirable, to a collector
Unusual
Facing extinction
Hard to find
Like a steak with a red center
Uncommon
Almost never encountered
Uncommon
Extremely uncommon
Infrequent
Uncommon
Unusual
Lightly cooked
Infrequent
Exceptional
Uncommon
Pink, as a steak
Hard to find
Steak choice
Burger order
Pink-to-red
Very hard to find
Exceptional
Barely cooked
Exceptional
Underdone, as a steak
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Seldom found
Exceptional
Steakhouse order
Unusual
Not often seen
Exceptional
Like a steak that's 'still mooing'
Unusual or undercooked (steak)
Scarce
Hardly ever spotted
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Uncommon
Hamburger order
Like a hen's tooth
Scarce as hen's teeth
Steak order
It's hard to find the right amount of land
Not common
One-in-a-million
Seldom seen
Like albino alligators
Seldom seen
Very uncommon
Scarce
Infrequent
Infrequent
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Underdone, as steak
Cooking order
Hard to find
Very hard to collect
Very hard to find
Not common
Seldom seen
Hard to come by
"On the hoof," in diner lingo
Lightly cooked, like a steak
Lightly cooked
Hard to find
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Gunners drew after dismissal of both wingers. Extraordinary!
Undercooked, as a steak
Valuable, perhaps
Unusual
Seldom
Exceptional
Not often seen
Steakhouse option
Like a 1909 S-VDB penny
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Steak order
Scarce
Steakhouse specification
More than pink
Very lightly cooked
Like hen's teeth
Uncommon
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Unusual
Barely cooked
Uncommon
Medium ___ (one way to cook a steak)
Steak order
Seldom spotted
Scarce
Uncommon
Still red, as steak
Like the 1998 Pikachu Illustrator card
Lightly cooked
Not common
Seldom found
Choice
Word waiters write
Unusually good
Practically nonexistent
Exceptional
Uncommon
Pink, as a steak
Undercooked (steak)
Steakhouse specification
Uncommon
Seldom seen
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Steak order
Highly uncommon
Red
Seldom seen
Like 1943 copper pennies
Seldom seen
Highly atypical
Marine otter descriptor
Red in the middle, say
Uncommon
Uncommon
Exceptional
Hard to find
Hard to come by
Few and far between
Few and far between
Steak order
Like holes-in-one
Steak order
Steak order
Like some coins and stamps
Minimally cooked, as a steak
Very hard to find
Not common
Exceptional
Hard to find
Scarce
Hard to come by
See 55-Across
Few and far between
Uncommon
Uncommon
Like a mint Mickey Mantle rookie card
Uncommon
Scarce
Well-done's opposite
Uncommon
Not often seen
Exceptional
Steak cooking order
Out of the ordinary
Uncommon
Uncommon
Occasional
Endangered
Like a steak with a red center
Exceptional
Like an exceptionally nice bit of cheese on toast
Uncommon
Unusual
Unusual
Bright pink inside, perhaps
One-in-a-million
Not found in many stamp collections, say
Steak order
Seldom found
Isolated
Very uncommon
Scarce
Unusual
Steak temperature near "still mooing"
Seldom seen
Unusual not to be well done
Barely cooked
Uncommon
Seldom found
One-in-a-million
Like a 1943 copper penny
Not well at all?
Scarce
Quite scarce
Hard to come by
Steak "temperature" that's less cooked than medium