Examples from the Web for distinctly
Though tissues are present and tears are not uncommon, the Dinner Parties are distinctly not grief counseling or group therapy.
He distinctly remembers a new magic store that was literally giving away Houdini artifacts to get people in the door.
I distinctly remember that the pressure was that of a cheek lightly pressed against mine, sort of cuddling me.Knocking on Heaven's Door: True Stories of Unexplained, Uncanny Experiences at the Hour of Death|Patricia Pearson|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First played by Native Americans around a millennium ago, it is the only American sport with distinctly spiritual roots.A Millennium After Inventing the Game, the Iroquois Are Lacrosse’s New Superpower|Evin Demirel|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The new paradigm is that “wilderness” is a flawed notion and an imperialistic enterprise of distinctly Western origins.
The probe was introduced the second time and the ball was supposed to be distinctly felt.Lincoln's Last Hours|Charles A. Leale
The gaze bent upon the boy was searching and distinctly hostile.In the Days of Chivalry|Evelyn Everett-Green
This was said in a low voice, but distinctly, and in a manner to make an impression.The Deerslayer|James Fenimore Cooper
The part of the mesoblast, which I believe to be derived from the primitive hypoblast, can generally be distinctly traced.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)|Francis Maitland Balfour
This he states most distinctly—looking at the question on both sides.Sermons Preached at Brighton|Frederick W. Robertson
Word Origin and History for distinctly
[D]istinctly, in the sense really quite, is the badge of the superior person indulgently recognizing unexpected merit in something that we are to understand is not quite worthy of his notice. [Fowler]