The U.S. embassy to the Holy See, on the other hand, has a distinct role in church affairs.
What's more, the reasons being given for this new commitment have a distinct air of quagmire about them.
But regardless of lineage, all asanas share one basic fact: each has a distinct form.
In general, there are two related but distinct physiological ways in which one might die suddenly from a cardiac event.
The life of Orpheus that artists know and love seems to fall into three distinct parts.
There are, at least, three distinct specialties of the singing teacher.
And, in the very wonder of this, it would be itself again; distinct and clear as ever.
What I have done and what I am going to do this afternoon are two distinct things, Mrs. C.
They are all quite separate and distinct, or they ought to be.
The two Governments, considered as distinct legislative powers, are on a footing of perfect equality.
late 14c., originally past participle of distincten (c.1300) "to distinguish," from Old French distincter, from Latin distinctus, past participle of distinguere (see distinguish). Related: Distinctness.