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        xīyǒu, uncommon
        xī, rare/uncommon/watery/sparse
        xīqí, rare/strange
        xīhan, rare/uncommon/rarity/to value as a rarity/to cherish/Taiwan pr. [xī hǎn]
        xībó, thin/rarefied
        xīqígǔguài, crazy/bizarre/weird/fantastic/strange
        xīshǎo, sparse/rare
        xīshì, [稀釋], to dilute
        yīxī, vaguely/dimly/probably/very likely
        xīkè, infrequent visitor
        xīlàn, [稀爛], smashed up/broken into pieces/thoroughly mashed/pulpy
        xīlihútu, [稀裏糊塗], muddleheaded/careless
        xīsōng, [稀鬆], poor/sloppy/unconcerned/heedless/lax/unimportant/trivial/loose/porous
        xīquē, scarce/scarcity
        zhēnxī, rare/precious and uncommon
        xīshū, sparse/infrequent/thinly spread
        xīshì, rare
        lāxī, (coll.) to have diarrhea/to shrink back/to cower
        xīfàn, [稀飯], porridge/gruel
        xīzhōu, water gruel/thin porridge
        xīyǒuyuánsù, trace element (nutrition)
        xītǔ, rare earth (chemistry)
        rényānxīshǎo, [人煙稀少], no sign of human habitation (idiom); desolate
        huòxīní, to try to smooth things over/to paper over the issues/to gloss things over
        xīxīlālā, sparse and fragmentary
        gǔxī, seventy years old
广         dìguǎngrénxī, [地廣人稀], vast, but sparsely populated
        niányúgǔxī, over seventy years old
        mǒxīní, see 和稀泥[huò xī ní]
        jiànxī, [漸稀], to thin out gradually/to become fainter and fainter
        wùyǐxīwéiguì, [物以稀為貴], the rarer sth is, the greater its value (idiom)
        xītǔyuánsù, rare earth element (chemistry)
        xītǔjīnshǔ, [稀土金屬], rare earth element
        xībālàn, [稀巴爛], same as 稀爛|稀烂[xī làn]
        xīyǒuqìtǐ, [稀有氣體], rare gas/noble gas (chemistry)
        xīsōnggǔzhì, [稀鬆骨質], cancellous bone/trabecular bone/spongy bone
        xīliguāngdāng, [稀里光當], thin/diluted
        xīlihuālā, [稀裡嘩啦], (onom.) rustling sound/sound of rain or of sth falling down/in disorder/complete...

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