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I mean, this shouldn’t surprise anyone, making the ads harder to distinguish has been a Google trend.

If searchers have a harder time distinguishing between the paid and free listings, it might cause confusion on what listing the searcher clicks on.

Science fiction has long been distinguished by these dual impulses—leaving home and returning—when it’s not marked by the way that home leaves us, or deceives us when it’s no longer the place we recognize once we’re back.

In Voice, Police Officer Kang Kwon-Joo has a heightened ability to distinguish sounds, allowing her to solve crime cases as a voice profiler.

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After years at the head of a parochial school classroom, he could no longer distinguish one blond Irish Catholic kid from another.

The line between being careful about what you eat and being obsessive is difficult to distinguish.

Food business groups argue that a gram of sugar, natural or added, is a gram of sugar—so why distinguish it?

Then there was the attempt to distinguish her tax status from those who are “truly well off.”

Behind-the-scenes technological differences do not distinguish Aereo's system from cable systems, which do perform publicly.

In sorting notes it is necessary to be able readily to distinguish between notes of this bank and notes of other reserve banks.

This is a feature by means of which it is always possible to distinguish the Great Horsetail from any other species.

In the darkness and confusion I did not distinguish the face of the man who rendered me this assistance.

I had no idea who they were, as the Grand Duke was in morning costume, and had no star or decoration to distinguish him.

It reappears during a relapse, and thus helps to distinguish between a relapse and a complication, in which it does not reappear.


On this page you'll find 177 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to distinguish, such as: analyze, categorize, characterize, determine, differentiate, and discriminate.

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