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Correct spelling for DICTINCTIVE
We think the word dictinctive is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for dictinctive
- Distinctive(Definition of distinctive)
- Distinct(Definition of distinct)
- Disjunctive(Definition of disjunctive)
- Distinctively(Definition of distinctively)
- Detective(Definition of detective)
Only because we need to characterize the shape of some new object or the moral quality of some new act, does the element of roundness or rudeness in the old experience detach itself, and stand out as a distinctive feature.
"i am from thief river," he began, and his reverberating voice was low and distinct.
123. "the conjunction disjunctive serves, not only to connect and continue the sentence, but also to express opposition of meaning in different degrees."
The fire in his somewhat sunken eyes, seemed to bid defiance to the whiteness of the abundant hair, and of the heavy mustache which drooped over his lips; and every feature in his patrician face revealed not only a long line of blue-blooded ancestors, but the proud haughtiness which had been considered always as distinctively characteristic of the darringtons as their finely cut lips, thin nostrils, small feet and unusual height.
I think his name is wise,-good name for a detective!