The price reflects its rarity as well, but also the finicky, difficult, and nuanced process of making Champagne.
The jury is out on this last movie for Muggles, so Barrymore wins by a non-plastic surgeried nose—such a rarity in Hollywood!
James and a few other directors I know work that way, but it is a rarity.
The catwalk shows have become more professional endeavors—interminable waits are a rarity; clunky models are an exception.
These films tend to be a rarity in Hollywood, and usually come in smaller indie packages.
It is thick and black (red, being a rarity, is considered a beauty), and is braided in two long tresses.
Of course its rarity made it all the more impressive when it did come.
The first and most apparent was the rarity of tall buildings.
Their rarity, in my opinion, makes them more esteemed than they deserve.
I do not say a "born naturalist" because I fancy we are most of us that, and yet the countryman who is a naturalist is a rarity.
early 15c., "thinness;" 1550s, "fewness," from Middle French rarité or directly from Latin raritas "thinness, looseness of texture; fewness," from rarus (see rare (adj.1)). Sense of "a rare thing or event" is from 1590s.