Definition of Rarebits

1. Noun. (plural of rarebit) ¹



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Definition of Rarebits

1. rarebit [n] - See also: rarebit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rarebits

rare-earth element
rare-earth screen
rare bird
rare earth
rare earth element
rare earth elements
rare earth magnet
rare earth metal
rare earth metals
rare earth mineral
rare earths
rare species
rare spring-sedge
rare spring-sedges
rarebit
rarebits (current term)
rared
raree-show
raree show
raree shows
rarefaction
rarefactional
rarefactions
rarefactive
rarefiable
rarefied
rarefier
rarefiers
rarefies
rarefy

Literary usage of Rarebits

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1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... OMELETS, CHEESE, rarebits Egg as a Beverage—Egg Cocktail—Egg Croquettes—Curried Eggs—Fried Eggs—Eggs and Onions—Kggs as Pancakes—Pickled Eggs—Poached ..."

2. Louis' Salads & Chafing Dishes by Louis Muckensturm (1906)
"... cooking oysters or similar articles a brisk heat is necessary, for making rarebits less fire is used. The blazer with the water-pan underneath is more ..."

3. Table Service by Lucy Grace Allen (1915)
"Creamed dishes require toast, while rarebits call for either crackers or toast. Beverages always accompany a chafing-dish supper. Among the most popular are ..."

4. Nights in London by Thomas Burke (1918)
"We decided on a Guinness to begin with, and then he ordered some Welsh rarebits, while I inspected the walls of the saloon, which are decorated with nothing ..."

5. The Supposed Death-rates of Abstainers and Non-abstainers and Their Lack of by Edward Bunnell Phelps (1913)
"... "do you eat Welsh rarebits," "do you take supper after going to the theatre? ... might not care for Welsh rarebits and not eat more than one a year, ..."

6. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac by Eugene Field (1896)
"She furthermore maintains that the welsh-rarebits of which I partake invariably at the eleventh hour every night breed poisonous vapors and subtle megrims ..."

7. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac by Eugene Field (1896)
"She furthermore maintains that the welsh-rarebits of which I partake invariably at the eleventh hour every night breed poisonous vapors and subtle megrims ..."

8. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac by Eugene Field, Roswell Martin Field (1896)
"She furthermore maintains that the welsh-rarebits of which I partake invariably at the eleventh hour every night breed poisonous vapors and subtle megrims ..."

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