Example sentences for: distinctively

How can you use “distinctively” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • While PPS also provided hospitals with incentives to lower their costs, it did so in a distinctively different manner than price competition.

  • A cortical distribution shows a distinctively increased accumulation of GFP fluorescent intensity at the cell edges, displaying two peaks flanking the cell cross-section as seen in the case of the GFP-myosin II cells (Fig.

  • Another, related, bright spot was the 1920s' movement that has come to be called Precisionism, which celebrated American industrialism as a new religion (Sheeler called one of his paintings of Henry Ford's River Rouge plant My Egypt ). And, finally, the greatest and most distinctively American modern school was Abstract Expressionism, which blossomed after World War II and is snipped in mid-bloom by the end of the exhibition.

  • Thus, when Sullivan found me asserting what nearly any research professor of psychology could have told him--that not one distinctively Freudian concept or hypothesis has survived independent scrutiny--he gave a horrified glance at my chapter titles, abandoned Unauthorized Freud , and pronounced me insane.

  • West cultivates a distinctively black mode of academic discourse, improvisational in tone and containing a stronger element of showmanship and braggadocio than most of his white colleagues are comfortable with.


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