A broad, sexy, and distinctly feline grin is the habitual finishing touch.
Michael Lind warns of the spread to the whole United States of a distinctly Southern labor model.
And, by saying and doing some distinctly tacky things, Romney has certainly provided fodder for those expecting racism.
And in these early days we are seeing some distinctly political characters jump on the bandwagon.
In my own highly limited and unscientific time with it, the device left me relaxed, but distinctly blank.
In twenty minutes, they read it distinctly without any assistance.
It must be distinctly understood, that we can have nothing to say to an interloper like Mr Walcot.
Monseigneur was ruffled, distinctly so, and Madame was on the verge of tears.
Only the landscape was distinctly not Italian, but South Jersey to the core.
The other sentence might be taken to mean that only he had one; that, indeed, is what it distinctly says.