He continued to mutter and swear, but without coherence or distinctness.
He lives in my imagination with the distinctness of a Paolo Malatesta or a Romeo.
distinctness is a great merit in roses, especially when the French rosarians have so overpiled the catalogue.
What appeared to afflict her most was that she could not articulate with distinctness.
Contemplating himself, he sees truth with absolute clearness and distinctness.
I echoed it, and repeated the words, increasing them in distinctness.
I also remember with distinctness of detail a chorusman who took part in a new Lehar opera, there in Berlin.
They were to have a regular little lark—that she remembered, too, with distinctness.
In proportion as knowledge attains to distinctness, as consciousness ascends in the scale of organic life, pain increases also.
Should you mind pointing them out to me with some distinctness?
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.