Example sentences for: distinctly

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

  • Its climate is distinctly Mediterranean and even subtropical at its southern tip, and its inhabitants are known for being friendlier, more open, and even more “Westernized” than their compatriots in the rest of the country.

  • TrpEb proteins divide into two distinctly different groups, as illustrated by the unrooted tree shown in Figure 2. The major group, denoted TrpEb_1, includes the well-studied enzymes from such organisms as E. coli, Salmonella typhimurium, and B. subtilis.

  • The WP notes that in contrast to the 453-page report Starr served up in September, the day's discussions were distinctly "G-rated."

  • Boomer Irony is, after all, a distinctly fin de siècle phenomenon.

  • The remarkable work on civil rights done by Robert Kennedy's Justice Department bore a distinctly Republican stamp: John Doar, a celebrated member of that team--who single-handedly stopped an incipient riot at Medgar Evars' funeral by stepping into an angry crowd and yelling, "Anybody around here knows that I stand for what's right!"


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