Nevertheless, The Grand Budapest Hotel is distinctively and uniquely Zweigian.
As a comparative study, it highlights the distinctively brutal features of American slavery.
Brito took the musician to Art Basel Miami Beach, and a distinctively curated collection was born.
When Jason shares that his own Jewish upbringing was distinctively anti-firearms, the man nods his head knowingly.
Oriente province is distinctively the mineral province of the island.
It is distinctively in the centre of the house, and is accessible from all rooms.
Hence the astonishing ignorance of theology that prevails in all but distinctively professional circles.
His greatest work, the Canterbury Tales, is most distinctively English.
But he was distinctively a preacher, and his serene and sweet genius never unbent into a frolicsome mood.
And yet for some reason, it is a distinctively American abuse.
early 15c., from Old French distinctif and directly from Medieval Latin distinctivus, from Latin distinct-, past participle of distinguere (see distinguish). Meaning "markedly individual" is from 1580s. Related: Distinctively; distinctiveness.