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distinct
used in Babbitt

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Definition
clear, easily noticed, and/or identifiable as different or separate
  • He knew that if he was to study law he could not marry for years; and Myra was distinctly a Nice Girl—one didn't kiss her, one didn't "think about her that way at all" unless one was going to marry her.
    Chapter 6 (95% in)
  • And let me tell you right now—I want you to distinctly understand I never was a wild crazy kid, and when I say a thing, I mean it, and I stand by it and—Honest, do you think people would think I was too liberal if I just said the strikers were decent?
    Chapter 27 (94% in)

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