distinctively[ dih-stingk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF distinctively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTINCTIVELY
The type is distinctively one which stands by its own perfections.
Their name is the only one in the paragraph with a distinctively Maya physiognomy.
The distinctively Southern candidate was doubly in a minority.
The humorous ghost is not only modern, but he is distinctively American.
It is plain, therefore, that this Book is distinctively the Book of the Bard.
So, then, here is a title which is all but distinctively divine.
Virtue is distinctively human; we do not predicate it of God.
Moreover, it is distinctively British—at once beefy and breezy.
It is distinctively in the centre of the house, and is accessible from all rooms.
His greatest work, the Canterbury Tales, is most distinctively English.