- 美 [dɪˈstɪŋk(t)li]
- 1.The derivative of distinct
- 2.in a way that is clear to your senses; in a definite and clear way; carefully, so that what you say is easy to hear and understand
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But I also want to take a moment today to reflect on what I believe is the meaning of this distinctly American holiday.
If a person whispers close to the wall at any point, his voice can be heard distinctly at any other point along the wall.
Scott put a pillow over his head, but still he heard it distinctly, tip tip tip, as though it came from inside his skull.
Teenagers are distinctly unrealistic about how much they will earn as an adult, a study has found.
He turned his head, the street was deserted, there was not a soul in it, it was broad daylight, and yet he distinctly heard voices.
She had been thinking the matter over, and she thought an apology distinctly needful.
He said: "No, not this time; but I'll tell you what, I distinctly smell dry rot. "
We were trying to deliver a "campaign" with a distinctly different feel from that of normal RTS missions.
As a result, by the beginning of the 20th century the outlines of a distinctly new poetic tradition were clear to see.
The centre resembles a spaceship, giving it a distinctly alien presence in the heart of Beijing.
Upon implementation of these plans, distinctly lessened depression and anxiety, and distinctly improved coping abilities were all noted.
Sounding distinctly frightened, Voitenko today said he did not know the identity of his mystery caller.
These, perhaps, if more distinctly heard, might have been only a grosser medium, and have clogged the spiritual sense.
Amanda: (to Phoebe) No I distinctly remember you were dodging her (points at Monica) calls and trying to avoid seeing her.
It would be difficult to say: I could not then distinctly say it to myself; yet I had a reason, and a logical, natural reason too.
She was a woman who, one felt, had never been handsome, but now, in middle age, was of distinctly prepossessing appearance.
But each device requires that its phone list be in a particular format, each with its own distinctly formatted contact list or phone book.
Many have tried, but Paul did not attempt to set a date, something Christ distinctly forbade.
Even if it can produce a distinctly different product, however, Ask is about to face one of its biggest challenges.
It is often confused with transvestitism, even though the two are distinctly different.