: A singular experiment cannot be regarded as scientific proof of the existence of a phenomenon.
: She has a singular personality.
*: These busts of the emperors and empresses are all very scarce, and some of them almost singular in their kind.
*: And God forbid that all a company / Should rue a singular mans folly.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: a man of singular gravity or attainments
: It was very singular; I dont know why he did it.
*: So singular a sadness / Must have a cause as strange as the effect.
*: His zeal / None seconded, as out of season judged, / Or singular and rash.
: to convey several parcels of land, all and singular
*: to try the matter thus together in a singular combat
*: New-laid eggs, which Baucis busy care / Turned by a gentle fire, and roasted rare.
: ux|en|Black pearls are very rare and therefore very valuable.
*: Frank pretended to rare back as if bedazzled, shielding his eyes with a forearm.
*: Rude mechanicals that rare and late / Work in the market place.
*: You tell him silver is scarcer now in England, and therefore risen one fifth in value.
*: A region scarce of prey.
*: With a scarce well-lighted flame.
*: And so faintly you came tapping, tapping at my chamber door, That I scarce was sure that I heard you [...].
*: Yet had I scarce set foot in the passage when I stopped, remembering how once already this same evening I had played the coward, and run home scared with my own fears.
*: Upon the barred and slitted wall the splotched shadow of the heaven tree shuddered and pulsed monstrously in scarce any wind.
: What an exceptional flower!
: The quality of the beer was exceptional.
: an exceptional curve; an exceptional divisor
: Bald eagles are an uncommon sighting in this state
: The diamond was of uncommon size