[ adverb ] in an identifiably distinctive manner


"the distinctively conservative district of the county"

Used in print

(Schubert Ogden, Christ Without Myth....)

To say this , of_course , is to take_up a position on one side of a controversy going_on now for some two hundred years , or , at_any_rate , since the beginning of the distinctively modern period in theological thought .

What makes this long and diverse tradition essentially one is that those who have belonged_to it have been profoundly in_earnest about being modern men in a distinctively modern_world .

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