distinctive

Discerning vs Distinctive - What's the difference?

discerning | distinctive |


As adjectives the difference between discerning and distinctive

is that discerning is of keen insight or good judgement; perceptive while distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things.

As a verb discerning

is .

As a noun discerning

is discernment.

Own vs Distinctive - What's the difference?

own | distinctive | Related terms |

Own is a related term of distinctive.


As adjectives the difference between own and distinctive

is that own is belonging to; possessed; proper to while distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things.

As a verb own

is (lb) to have rightful possession of (property, goods or capital); "to possess by right; to have the right of property in; to have the legal right or rightful title to" (ref 1) or own can be (obsolete) to grant; give.

Distinctive vs Unmistakable - What's the difference?

distinctive | unmistakable |


As adjectives the difference between distinctive and unmistakable

is that distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things while unmistakable is unique, such that it cannot be mistaken for something else.

Distinctive vs Private - What's the difference?

distinctive | private | Related terms |

Distinctive is a related term of private.


As adjectives the difference between distinctive and private

is that distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things while private is belonging to, concerning, or accessible only to an individual person or a specific group.

As a noun private is

the lowest rank of the army.

Distinctive vs Explicit - What's the difference?

distinctive | explicit |


As adjectives the difference between distinctive and explicit

is that distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things while explicit is explicit.

Distinctive vs Apparent - What's the difference?

distinctive | apparent |


As adjectives the difference between distinctive and apparent

is that distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things while apparent is capable of being seen, or easily seen; open to view; visible to the eye; within sight or view.

Leading vs Distinctive - What's the difference?

leading | distinctive | Related terms |

Leading is a related term of distinctive.


As adjectives the difference between leading and distinctive

is that leading is providing guidance or direction while distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things.

As a verb leading

is .

As a noun leading

is an act by which one is led or guided or leading can be (typography) vertical space added between lines; line spacing.

Distinctive vs Original - What's the difference?

distinctive | original | Synonyms |

Distinctive is a synonym of original.


As an adjective distinctive

is that serves to distinguish between things.

As a noun original is

original.

Distinctive vs Marked - What's the difference?

distinctive | marked | Related terms |

Distinctive is a related term of marked.


As adjectives the difference between distinctive and marked

is that distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things while marked is .

Momentous vs Distinctive - What's the difference?

momentous | distinctive | Related terms |

Momentous is a related term of distinctive.


As adjectives the difference between momentous and distinctive

is that momentous is outstanding in importance, of great consequence while distinctive is that serves to distinguish between things.

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