Part of speech: noun

A Welsh rabbit; the form rarebit is now generally regarded as erroneous. See RABBIT.

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Usage examples "rarebit":

  1. Bindle also started, and the lady's possessor lost his grip on the Welsh rarebit, which slid off the plate on to his lap. - "Adventures of Bindle", Herbert George Jenkins.
  2. When old Wimple tasted it, he said: " That's the finest Welsh rarebit I'll ever taste this side of Heaven!" - "Dawson Black: Retail Merchant", Harold Whitehead.
  3. Together they made the rarebit. - "Kenny", Leona Dalrymple.