- distinctive: adj. 1. 區別的，鑒別性的。2. 獨特的，有特色的。adv. -ly ,-ness n. 獨特性。
So then after that they drifted on to the wreck of daunt s rock, wreck of that illfated norwegian barque - nobody could think of her name for the moment till the jarvey who had really quite a look of henry campbell remembered it, palme, on booterstown strand, that was the talk of the town that year albert william quill wrote a fine piece of original verse of distinctive merit on the topic for the irish times breakers running over her and crowds and crowds on the shore in commotion petrified with horror
Grippable handrails and stanchions with bright distinctive colouring plus additional easily - reached bell pushes
The crested bulbul has a distinctive black pointed crest and a red patch behind the eyexthe whiskers, a feature of the adult birds
Jinshanling section of the great wall forms an impregnable and distinctive defense system by conterminous passes and watchtowers, layer upon layer of walls, and interlacing zones of fire, where such military facilities as warehouse towers, jinshan towers and single - side walls are typical along the great wall
Feathers are the distinctive covering of birds.