Origin of rarebit
Examples from the Web for rarebit
Historical Examples of rarebit
The genius who propounded the statement that “there is nothing like leather” could surely never have sampled a cold Welsh rarebit!Cakes & Ale
There were three things in the culinary line that the sum of Janes accomplishments included—nut salad, rarebit and tea.
Then Stuyvesant wanted a rarebit and Frances made it, so that it was after one before Don reached his own home.The Wall Street Girl
Frederick Orin Bartlett
When the eggs are poached and the rarebit ready, place an egg above the rarebit on each slice of toast.Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties
Janet McKenzie Hill
Perhaps becoming a Welsh rarebit represents the height of some girls' ideals, but this is hard to believe.A Girl's Student Days and After
Word Origin for rarebit
1785, perversion of (Welsh) rabbit, as if from rare + bit. See Welsh.