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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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clear, easily noticed, and/or identifiable as different or separate
  • David gazed at the moon, higher in the sky now, yet distinct and sharply rendered against the darkness.
    p. 203.3
  • But the gap between her big toes and the others, that was there, like a missing tooth, and when he looked deeply at her eyes he saw the Brushfield spots, as tiny and distinct as flecks of snow in the irises.
    p. 17.6
  • Her memories of the night before were distinct, then blurry: there was the snow, and the long ride to the clinic through the empty streets, and David stopping at every light while she fought against the rippling urge, seismic and intense, to push.
    p. 37.5
  • Her words were indistinct, but her voice was pure and sweet, and other visitors to the cemetery were glancing in her direction, at Phoebe with her graying hair and bridesmaid's dress, her awkward stance, her unclear words, her carefree, fluted voice.
    p. 400.9

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