distinct[ dih-stingkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF distinct
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTINCT
She heard him speaking in a voice not louder than a whisper, rapid, distinct.
I hear voices in all directions, and never have they been so distinct as at this moment.
And this latter recollection seemed as distinct to him as the first had been.
A distinct picture came to him of his classroom and old Doctor Stokes.
He had such a distinct perception of ruin and death that he shuddered again.
My father I slightly remember; but of my mother I retain no distinct impressions.
Our very right to exist as a distinct society is questioned.
In a word, then, every effect is a distinct event from its cause.
The difficulty arises in a measure from the want of distinct marks of time.
That they had any distinct notions of a plurality of husbands or wives, I do not believe.
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