Distinctiveness [noun]

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Each of the eight Whitefield novels deploys this scenario, but each one has a distinctive, handcrafted feel.

On Represent, you can see what your representative focuses on in their press releases, as well as the distinctive topics they discuss more than other members of Congress.

Vox’s work is reaching more people than ever, but our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources — particularly during a pandemic and an economic downturn.

Watch footage of her perform, and you’ll see her massive range and distinctive tone, which has kept her beloved since the 1930s.

Its distinctive design is to help it maintain laminar flow over as much of the aircraft as possible.

There was a distinctiveness in the model of the wooden ship that was an almost infallible index to her nationality.

The heavy, black velvet dress Miss Weeks had loaned her was entrancing in its rich beauty and distinctiveness.

The modern ghost has more individuality, more distinctiveness, in the main, than his forbears.

Mori (1928a:16) first mentioned in Japanese text the alleged distinctiveness of the salamander occurring on Cheju Do.

These hands are unwontedly realistic, and emphasize their distinctiveness in every vein and wrinkle.