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few and far between

Definition of few and far between in English:

Scarce; infrequent: my inspired moments are few and far between
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  • In a world befogged by superficiality, moments of clarity are few and far between.
  • Television ads are few and far between; the yard signs and badges are more scarce.
  • Make it easy on yourself - enjoy the magic moments in life - they are too few and far between.
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