Pronunciation of Distinct
/dɪstˈɪŋkt/, /dɪstˈɪŋkt/, /d_ɪ_s_t_ˈɪ_ŋ_k_t/
Antonyms for distinct:
Synonyms for distinct:
identifiable, visibly, varied, high-definition, divers, many-sided, marked, catholic, multifaceted, detectable, crystal clear, manifestly, incompatible, afresh, irregular, variously, clarity, obtrusive, show up, dominant, readable, high-resolution, unrecognizable, changed, plainly, incomparable, definition, sundry, other, special, splashy, prominent, assorted, markedly, specific, variegated, contrastive, removed, distinctly, distinguished.
apparent, obvious (adjective)
noticeable, plain, transparent, unambiguous, evident, unequivocal, specific, clean-cut, marked, audible, definite, well-defined, express, clear-cut, trenchant, sharp, manifest, perspicuous, lucid, unmistakable, explicit, patent, clear, decided.
new, diverse, unlike, mismatched, varying, differing, unmatched, contrastive, nonuniform, various, contrary, divergent, asymmetric, conflicting, disparate, different, other, dissimilar, unequal, contradictory, heterogeneous, discordant, contrasting, abnormal, unalike, incomparable.
different; unconnected (adjective)
fragmentary, disconnected, independent, detached, disassembled, individual, disaffiliated, separate, Sundered, unrelated, unglued, dissociated, severed, unaffiliated, disjoint, autonomous, alienated, Disintegrated.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
decided, clean-cut, crisp, outlined, trenchant, chiseled, discrete, razor-sharp, different, well-defined, distinguishable, definite, clear-cut, defined, crystalline, separate, sharp, clear, knifelike.
Usage examples for distinct:
- She had a distinct ability; the good ambition to use her qualities. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- There were two distinct ideas, he said, in regard to higher education in Upper Canada. - "George Brown", John Lewis.
- But in England at that time there was a great and distinct desire to know the opinion of the nation, because there was a real and close necessity. - "The English Constitution", Walter Bagehot.