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distinct

(Clear), adjective apparent, clarus, clear-cut, clear to the mind, clear to the senses, clearly defined, conspicuous, crystal clear, definite, distinctus, easily perceived, easily understood, eidetic, explicit, exposed to view, express, for all to see, glaring, graphic, in full view, indubitable, intelligible, lucid, manifest, noticeable, obvious, palpable, particular, pellucid, perceivable, perceptible, perspicuus, positive, precise, recognizable, self-evident, sharp, striking, unclouded, uncovered, undisguised, undistorted, unequivocal, unhidden, visible, visualized, vivid, well-drawn, well-marked
Associated concepts: clear and distinct, distinct action

distinct

(Distinguished from others), adjective contrasted, contrasting, decidedly different, deearting from, different, differing, disassociated, discrepant, discrete, discriminate, dissimilar, distant, distinctive, distinguished by nature, distinguished by station, divergent, diverse, divorced, idiosyncratic, incongruent, individual, marked, nonuniform, not identical, not the same, observably different, out of the ordinary, peculiar, poles apart, removed, separate, separatus, set apart, singular, special, standing apart, uncommon, unimitated, unique, unlike, unlike others, unusual
Associated concepts: distinct entity, distinct interests
See also: apparent, categorical, certain, clear, cognizable, coherent, concrete, conspicuous, definite, different, discrete, disjunctive, disparate, distinctive, diverse, evident, exclusive, explicit, express, individual, insular, lucid, manifest, naked, nonconforming, obvious, open, overt, palpable, particular, peculiar, perceivable, perceptible, personal, positive, precise, prominent, remarkable, salient, separate, singular, specific, trenchant, unambiguous, unmistakable, visible
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