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Synonyms for distinctly

clear to the mind


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It was not long before he thought he could perceive below him vague forms that seemed to be gliding toward the tree, and then, by the aid of a ray of moonlight that shot like an electric flash between two masses of cloud, he distinctly made out a group of human figures moving in the shadow.
A human voice had, distinctly, called aloud in the French language--
Conspicuous above all his contemporaries as the representative poet of Puritanism, and, by almost equally general consent, distinctly the greatest of English poets except Shakspere, stands John Milton.
And the voice, changed and transformed, distinctly grated out these metallic syllables: "WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY BAG?"
Perceiving further, that in order to understand these relations I should sometimes have to consider them one by one and sometimes only to bear them in mind, or embrace them in the aggregate, I thought that, in order the better to consider them individually, I should view them as subsisting between straight lines, than which I could find no objects more simple, or capable of being more distinctly represented to my imagination and senses; and on the other hand, that in order to retain them in the memory or embrace an aggregate of many, I should express them by certain characters the briefest possible.
Escabeche, another way of preparing fishfirst marinating it in vinegar, and then frying itis a distinctly Jewish notion that preceded ceviche.
This genus Halys strikingly resembles Neohalys and Salixocoris in colour and general appearance like paraclypei tapering upward and apically acute, but it is a little closer to Neohalys because in both genera basal antennal segment distinctly shorter than apex of head (which is a tribal character and present in most of the Asian genera of tribe halyini), while in Salixocoris basal antennal segment is almost equal to head apex.
BRUSSELS, June 16 (KUNA) -- The President of the European Council Donald Tusk warned Thursday that Europe without the United Kingdom will be distinctly weaker.
Nine top food and drink business were voted Festival Favourites at the second Distinctly Delicious - Darlington Festival of Food.
Distinctly Delicious - Darlington Festival of Food, brought around 45,000 visitors to the town over the three-day event held over the May holiday weekend this year.
Wellington, 4 Apr ( ANI ): Italy's data protection watchdog has fined Google with NZD 1.6 million as the cars used by Google were not distinctly recognizable.
Broad was fined 15 per cent of his match fee after describing the umpires' call to allow play to continue while lightning struck close to the ZACS Stadium in Chittagong as "distinctly average decision-making".
Commons Speaker John Bercow said the venue, where South Africa's first black president addressed MPs and peers in 1996, was a "distinctly special setting to commemorate and celebrate a distinctly special man".
Frons similarly evenly convex, distinctly rugose punctuate; ivory to whitish ochraceous with narrow basal band plus large apical blotch reddish.
The weekend is forecast to be pleasant but it will turn chilly next week when it will be "distinctly cold for this time of year".