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used in Queen of Babble

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clear, easily noticed, and/or identifiable as different or separate
  • "Oh, hey," Sarah says, not very distinctly.
  • In contrast to Egyptian costume, in which there was a distinct division in style between the sexes, the Greek costume during this same period did not vary between men and women.
  • Of course, that might have been because all my bathing suits were vintage one-pieces, many of which had built-in little skirts and had a distinct Annette Funicello flare to them.
  • There's not an ounce of body fat on his tanned, well-muscled body, and his dark chest hair, while not copious, still forms a very distinct arrow that seems to point directly down to his... SPLASH!
  • Another blonde, who has to be the girl's mother, since the resemblance between the two is uncanny (except that Mom has about twenty pounds on her daughter), is speaking in long-suffering, but still distinctly Texan, tones.
  • In the silence before I reply, I can hear more rattling of silverware from below, along with the chirp of crickets, and Vicky's voice, crying out very distinctly, "Lauren!
  • Although his words are somewhat indistinct behind the ice-filled dish towel Madame Laurent is pressing to his lip.

There are no more uses of "distinct" in Queen of Babble.

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