Can you recommend a Korean novel, and is there anything unique and distinctive about Korean literature that you could pinpoint?
Although Rosendale has been successful running for local office, his distinctive accent may not be as endearing statewide.
Each of the clones behaves in her own unique way, each with her own distinctive body language, timbre, and sensibilities.
No one ever seeks a Purple Heart medal, but it remains the most distinctive of American military medals and symbols.
With its distinctive design and huge market share, the Prius easily stood out.
Whoever has listened to his music will admit that its most distinctive character is the sublime.
The distinctive principle of the book was that the State had a conscience.
The one shown has some distinctive features which make it a sled of luxury, and the builder will pride himself in the making.
They have a distinctive flavor that is agreeable to most persons.
The majority do not understand what the distinctive metaphysical problems are.
early 15c., from Old French distinctif and directly from Medieval Latin distinctivus, from Latin distinct-, past participle of distinguere (see distinguish). Meaning "markedly individual" is from 1580s. Related: Distinctively; distinctiveness.