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What is the opposite of common?

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Opposite of having ordinary, or no special, characteristics
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“He bought himself an unconventional solar-powered car out of concern for the environment.”
Opposite of occurring on a regular basis
“He was dedicated to his work, but would sometimes have a rare lapse in concentration.”
Opposite of mutual or held in common by many
“There is a rare belief held by some that the earth is flat.”
Opposite of pertaining to a collective
“Both parties were only interested in furthering their personal agendas.”
Opposite of used by a number of people as a group
“Rooms with private bathrooms at the hostel would cost more than those without.”
Opposite of having low social or economic rank
“The aristocratic folk lacked empathy for the working class, whose plight they could never envisage for themselves.”
(of behavior) Opposite of lacking in refinement
“Your refined etiquette during dinner last night certainly impressed my parents.”
Opposite of easily found or obtainable
“The seabeach amaranth is a rare plant that is a threatened species.”
Opposite of average, or below average, in quality
“It was an exceptional performance with outstanding qualities.”
(of an object) Opposite of low in quality
“It was a high-quality work of art made from the most exquisite of materials.”
Opposite of conforming or adhering to whatever is customary, traditional, or generally accepted
Opposite of repeated often to the point of being stale or commonplace
Opposite of inferior in quality
“The five-star hotel was decked out in deluxe furniture.”
Opposite of traditionally, or generally, recognized and accepted
“One must be wary of the quack doctor who treats his patients using unfamiliar techniques.”
Opposite of used or accepted broadly
Opposite of unanimous or undivided
“All judges were asked to vote, but the panel was divided in their deliberation for a resounding winner.”
Opposite of being everywhere simultaneously
Opposite of accepted, used or practiced by most people
Opposite of so often used that it has become repetitive and tiresome
“In what has become an industry of old clichés, Coach Graham gave a rare and fresh interview that encapsulates his team's success.”
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