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used in Gulliver's Travels

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clear, easily noticed, and/or identifiable as different or separate
  • His voice was shrill, but very clear and articulate; and I could distinctly hear it when I stood up.
    Part 1 — A Voyage to Lilliput (20% in)
  • However, they soon returned, and one of them, who ventured so far as to get a full sight of my face, lifting up his hands and eyes by way of admiration, cried out in a shrill but distinct voice, Hekinah degul: the others repeated the same words several times, but then I knew not what they meant.
    Part 1 — A Voyage to Lilliput (5% in)
  • She made me some general questions about my country and my travels, which I answered as distinctly, and in as few words as I could.
    Part 2 — A Voyage to Brobdingnag (27% in)
  • I could see distinctly the limbs of these vermin with my naked eye, much better than those of a European louse through a microscope, and their snouts with which they rooted like swine.
    Part 2 — A Voyage to Brobdingnag (44% in)
  • Some of them coming forward near the place where I lay, gave me an opportunity of distinctly marking their form.
    Part 4 — A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnms (3% in)

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