Definition of 'rarefied'
Example sentences containing 'rarefied'
THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
It looked like anger to me, in rarefied form, which seemed capable of burning with very little oxygen.BLOOD IS DIRT (2001)
On a less rarefied level I also reflected that working abroad would give me the chance to escape from the English class system.ULTIMATE PRIZES (2001)
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