a marking off or distinguishing as different:
His distinction of sounds is excellent.
the recognizing or noting of differences; discrimination:
to make a distinction between right and wrong.
a discrimination made between things as different; special regard or favoritism:
Death comes to all without distinction.
condition of being different; difference:
There is a distinction between what he says and what he does.
a distinguishing quality or characteristic:
It has the distinction of being the oldest house in the town.
a distinguishing or treating with special honor, attention, or favor.
an act of bestowing, or a mark of, honor or favor.
marked superiority; note; eminence.
Obsolete. division; separation.
the act or an instance of distinguishing or differentiating
a distinguishing feature
the state of being different or distinguishable
special honour, recognition, or fame
excellence of character; distinctive qualities: a man of distinction
a symbol of honour or rank
noun 1. a person or thing that distributes. 2. Commerce. a person, firm, etc., engaged in the general distribution or marketing of some article or class of goods. a wholesaler who has exclusive rights to market, within a given territory, the goods of a manufacturer or company. 3. Automotive, Machinery. a device in a multicylinder […]
noun 1. a person licensed to practice medicine, as a physician, surgeon, dentist, or veterinarian. 2. a person who has been awarded a doctor’s degree: He is a Doctor of Philosophy. 3. Doctor of the Church. 4. Older Slang. a cook, as at a camp or on a ship. 5. Machinery. any of various minor […]
noun 1. a person who is expected to lose in a contest or conflict. 2. a victim of social or political injustice: The underdogs were beginning to organize their protests. noun 1. the competitor least likely to win a fight or contest 2. a person in adversity or in a position of inferiority
verb (used with or without object), underdid, underdone, underdoing. 1. to do less or in a lesser fashion than is usual or requisite.