distinct

Distinct vs Unfamiliar - What's the difference?

distinct | unfamiliar |


As adjectives the difference between distinct and unfamiliar

is that distinct is capable of being perceived very clearly while unfamiliar is strange, not familiar.

As a noun unfamiliar is

an unfamiliar person; a stranger.

Excellent vs Distinct - What's the difference?

excellent | distinct |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between excellent and distinct

is that excellent is (obsolete) excellently while distinct is (obsolete) marked; variegated.

As adjectives the difference between excellent and distinct

is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while distinct is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As an adverb excellent

is (obsolete) excellently.

Distinct vs Each - What's the difference?

distinct | each |


As an adjective distinct

is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As a determiner each is

all; every;.

As a noun each is

(operations|philosophy) an individual item: the least quantitative unit in a grouping.

Distinct vs Separable - What's the difference?

distinct | separable |


As adjectives the difference between distinct and separable

is that distinct is capable of being perceived very clearly while separable is separable.

Distinct vs Extinguish - What's the difference?

distinct | extinguish |


As an adjective distinct

is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As a verb extinguish is

to put out, as in fire; to end burning; to quench.

Unaffected vs Distinct - What's the difference?

unaffected | distinct | Related terms |

Unaffected is a related term of distinct.


As adjectives the difference between unaffected and distinct

is that unaffected is not affected or changed while distinct is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As a noun unaffected

is someone not , as by a disease.

Honest vs Distinct - What's the difference?

honest | distinct | Related terms |

Honest is a related term of distinct.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between honest and distinct

is that honest is (obsolete) to adorn or grace; to honour; to make becoming, appropriate, or honourable while distinct is (obsolete) marked; variegated.

As adjectives the difference between honest and distinct

is that honest is (of a person or institution) scrupulous with regard to telling the truth; not given to swindling, lying, or fraud; upright while distinct is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As a verb honest

is (obsolete) to adorn or grace; to honour; to make becoming, appropriate, or honourable.

Sharp vs Distinct - What's the difference?

sharp | distinct |


As a proper noun sharp

is .

As an adjective distinct is

capable of being perceived very clearly.

Anonymous vs Distinct - What's the difference?

anonymous | distinct |


As a proper noun anonymous

is a hacktivist group opposed to internet censorship, government corruption, homophobia and scientology.

As an adjective distinct is

capable of being perceived very clearly.

Distinct vs Fact - What's the difference?

distinct | fact |


As an adjective distinct

is capable of being perceived very clearly.

As an initialism fact is

federation against copyright theft.

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