selcouth

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Strange, unusual, rare; marvellous, wondrous

A selcouth novelty,’ muttered the knight, ‘to advance to storm such a castle without pennon or banner displayed.’.

Rarely known; unusual; strange
selcouth

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    () From Middle English, from Old English selcūþ, seldcūþ (“unusual, unwonted, little known, unfamiliar, novel, rare”), from seld- + cūþ (“known”). More at seldom, couth.

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