I am not going to treat it any differently than I would a normal scene.
So, why do many of us perceive Whole Foods and the Creation Museum so differently?
Some people read it differently—that we were positioning you as a child—which was not the case.
I wonder what these young and gender-transcendent and differently melanined people would make, for example, of the racism charges.
Plus, Linda said, your friends know you differently from your family.
This wild dog appeared to me to be differently marked from one I had shot a few weeks before more to the southwest.
How differently did the Romans and the Greeks govern themselves?
It is, however, very difficult, and is differently understood by different philosophers.
How differently the whole affair should have been conducted!
Four distinct and differently formed bodies, all belonging to one nest, and descended from one mother.
late 14c., from Old French different (14c.), from Latin differentem (nominative differens) "differing, different," present participle of differre "to set apart" (see differ). Colloquial sense of "special" attested by 1912. Related: Differently.