English words and Examples of Usage

use "distinct" in a sentence

And they see danger in ignoring it because its treatment is distinct.

That seemed like a distinct possibility midway through the third round.

It should have two or three primary colours, and it should be distinct.

Beyond that time, however, it's a distinct possibility that it will.

Here, he explains the inclusion of the brand's distinct rumbles in the new book.

Boomer women are at a distinct numerical disadvantage dating online in particular.

But Updike’s crucial evidence was the more distinct of the two bloody sock prints.

With his Mandalorian armor, Boba Fett still has the distinct edge in helmet design.

Some of the traditional species might not, in fact, be genuinely distinct, he added.

The health sector enters the new development era with a number of distinct advantages.

Distinct metal edges combine perfectly with graceful curves for a jewellery-grade look.

In the case of Islamic State there are four distinct aspects to the challenge posed by IS.

“Retirement as a distinct stage of life is a fairly recent innovation,” the authors write.

“These are two distinct factors, we need both, we need exercise and need to be sitting less.”

Present in the first basket and by 1980 appeared as two distinct versions, sliced and canned.

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