Definitions for seldomˈsɛl dəm
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
on only a few occasions; rarely; infrequently.
Origin of seldom:
bef. 900; ME; OE seldum, var. of seldan, c. OFris sielden, OHG seltan, ON sjaldan
"we rarely met"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
I seldom go out during the week.
They seldom come here now.
A suppressed and seldom anger. uE000149822uE001 Jeremy Taylor.
Seldom was a Seattle-based pop-rock trio. Their line-up consisted of piano, bass, and drums, but some songs included electric guitar, mellotron, strings, or other keyboard instruments. They toured in support of both Pedro the Lion and Sarah Shannon. Both of their releases were on Casa and their 2002 album "Romance" was distributed by Barsuk Records. In 2002, Foubert joined Pedro the Lion for their album, Control, playing drums and keyboards and co-writing "Penetration" and "Second Best". In 2004, Foubert and Matthews joined up with frontman Christian Wargo and guitarist Ryan Phillips to create Crystal Skulls. The band originally included Dan Chestnut and Scott Kirby who played guitar and bass, respectively.
Translations for seldom
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
rarely; not often
I've seldom experienced such rudeness.
- min, seldeAfrikaans
- raramentePortuguese (BR)
- rara vezSpanish
- به ندرتFarsi
- לְעִתיִם נְדִירוֹתHebrew
- विरले ही, कभी कभार, यदाकदा, जब तबHindi
- rijetko, malokadCroatian
- 좀처럼 (~) 않다Korean
- به ندرتPersian
- ډير لږ، يو نيم وار، كوم وار، كله كله، ندرتاPashto
- นาน ๆ ครั้ง; ไม่บ่อยThai
- 很少，不常Chinese (Trad.)
- کبھی کبھارUrdu
- hiếm khiVietnamese
- 很少Chinese (Simp.)
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