distinctly || in a sentence

She is distinctly different from her sister.

Samuel Johnson once said that the happiest conversation is that of which nothing is distinctly remembered, but a general effect of pleasing impression.

Bridges grew up in a family that was distinctly of the last generation.

When a distinctly feline young lady conveniently turns up, he is smitten.

It’s painting the sky grey and giving a distinctly campground aroma to the air.

Here he performs “Lie To Me” in 2006, in a performance I distinctly remember staying up to watch.

I remember distinctly we were not allowed to go into the stores during the selling day, says Satov.