distinctive[ dih-stingk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF distinctive
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The distinctive principle of the book was that the State had a conscience.
They have a distinctive flavor that is agreeable to most persons.
She was speaking again with that mental clarity which was distinctive in her.
The absence of distinctive dress has, no doubt, something to do with it.
There were other Sinn Feiners with him, but he was the most distinctive.
And also to assign to those best qualified to perform them their distinctive tasks?
The first of these counsels that we establish most clearly the distinctive aim of the course.
To be the Pariah of such a society was indeed a most distinctive infamy.
Admittedly, Chinese painting is governed by distinctive ideas.
For His distinctive teachings the Preacher had cited no authority but His own.
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