View definitions for distinctively


adverb as in individually

adverb as in inimitably

adverb as in specially

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Example Sentences

Pinot gris has lost some cachet among Oregon winemakers, who now are focusing on chardonnay and riesling, but this wine is a good reminder of the grape’s distinctive expression.

Tien adds a romesco sauce that he makes distinctive with roasted peanuts, an accent designed to evoke the seasonings in bun bo hu, beef vermicelli soup.

The Hornet, with its distinctive V-shaped tail section, has been used by the Blue Angels twice as long as any other aircraft type, serving for 34 of the team’s 74 years, the Smithsonian said.

The DualSense controller’s haptic feedback activates sophisticated, distinctive vibrations as your character moves to parry and riposte, for example, which can assist player response time according to Moore, and “provides another means of awareness.”

Citronella ants are named for the distinctive citrusy scent they often produce, and trap-jaw ants release a chocolatey smell when squished.

Brito took the musician to Art Basel Miami Beach, and a distinctively curated collection was born.

Nevertheless, The Grand Budapest Hotel is distinctively and uniquely Zweigian.

As a comparative study, it highlights the distinctively brutal features of American slavery.

But after he did, it stopped being distinctively neoconservative.

When Jason shares that his own Jewish upbringing was distinctively anti-firearms, the man nods his head knowingly.

Also that the origins of Celtic Christendom contained distinctively Greek elements.

There was not a single employment that was distinctively male or female, for no distinction was made between them.

This is the first mention of Sternes book in the distinctively literary journals.

Morse had intended to make a recording telegraph distinctively; it was to his mind its chiefest value.

Most of his earlier inventions in the line of electrical utility are not distinctively known.


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On this page you'll find 141 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to distinctively, such as: individually, negatively, separately, variously, abnormally, and adversely.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.