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Allen is training her bats to distinguish between two objects with different shapes.

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Our bodies are coated in billions of sensory receptors registering pain, pressure, and temperature, and we have as many as 20 million olfactory receptor neurons, enabling us to distinguish between roughly a trillion different odors.

Both are elongated in shape, longer than they are wide, thus distinguishing them from more rounded clams.

The two have largely distinguished themselves by way of housing and transit policy.

Spanning more than 150 years, the exhibit exhaustively distinguishes designer pieces from licensed copies, adaptations, and fakes.

Vial distinguishes between two types of images—the innocent and the showoff, in which the performers “play” for her.

Ultimately it is liberty, of which artistic freedom is a key component, which distinguishes the Jewish State from its enemies.

He had that indefinable sixth sense that distinguishes gifted warriors from good ones.

Again, that distinguishes American political rhetoric from the rhetoric of other western nations.

Angels have a constitution which distinguishes them from man, yet with him they apprehend the authority of the one moral law.

And according to Renard, Balzac distinguishes two classes of writers: the writers of ideas and the writers of images.

This is the one prize which distinguishes America from England.

And it is just this difference that distinguishes the North and the South.

Mr. Leaf, with many other critics, distinguishes several successive periods of "expansion."

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On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to distinguishes, such as: discriminate, divide, separate, recognize, characterize, and qualify.

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