Definition of distinctness in English:

distinctness

noun

See distinct

  • ‘In addition, such distinctness enhances the between-group variance so essential to group selection and emergence of a higher-level unit.’
  • ‘Here strikes the distinctness for any traveller.’
  • ‘Even now ‘a sense of cultural distinctness remains politically relevant’.’
  • ‘There is undoubtedly a divide across Europe, a sense of distinctness, which defies analysis in political or geographical terms.’
  • ‘This was the newsreaders' era; their faces became familiar even though there was no distinctness in them.’

Pronunciation

distinctness

/dɪˈstɪŋk(t)nəs/