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Rima, incapable of understanding such a thing, took it differently.

They turn up so differently from what we expected, when they turn up at all.

How could it be but Charlie and I should be different, seeing we had fared so differently!

How differently did the Romans and the Greeks govern themselves?

She was clad, too, so differently from the general run of the villagers.

How differently the whole affair should have been conducted!

He imagines that he is differently made from other men, just because he is a priest.

Citizens, we shall say to them in our tale, you are brothers, yet God has framed you differently.

Can't you see how differently Mr. Colton regards you already?

He might be winning it, as his mother said, but he would have preferred to have won it differently.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French different (14c.), from Latin differentem (nominative differens) "differing, different," present participle of differre "to set apart" (see differ). Colloquial sense of "special" attested by 1912. Related: Differently.

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