Someone or something quite different and remarkable: rare bird of a man who will do housework
Original and acid-tongued, Louie is a rare bird among tired sitcoms.
Logic is a rare bird in these parts and Crimea is nothing short of a powder keg.
After all, he was that rare bird who never really knew he was meant to direct movies until the career found him.
A faithful and good servant is a real godsend; but truly 't is a rare bird in the land.
It was full of purple eggs, and there was the rare bird he had seen but once.
Although not by any means a rare bird, with us jays are shy and wary.
We had a wonderful chance to study the coloring of this rare bird.
The clergyman was a delightful survival, a "rare bird" still!
He knew how to wait—unseen, so that this rare bird should not perceive the net spread for it in its wildness and weariness.
I have met with it in the marshy woods and reed-beds along the shores of the Plata, but it is a shy, rare bird in Buenos Ayres.