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used in Anne Of Green Gables

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clear, easily noticed, and/or identifiable as different or separate
  • But Mrs. Spencer said DISTINCTLY that you wanted a girl about eleven years old.
    Chapter 3 — Marilla Cuthbert is Surprised (34% in)
  • She sometimes thought wistfully that Marilla was very hard to please and distinctly lacking in sympathy and understanding.
    Chapter 30 — The Queens Class Is Organized (8% in)
  • By this time all the Queen's scholars had gravitated into their own places in the ranks and the various classes had assumed distinct and settled shadings of individuality.
    Chapter 35 — The Winter at Queen's (41% in)

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