Means Clearly.
for something to be obvious.
clear to the mind
Readily distinguishable from all others; discrete: on two distinct occasions.
2. Easily perceived by the senses or intellect; clear: a distinct flavor.
3. Clearly defined; unquestionable: at a distinct disadvantage.
4. Very likely; probable: There is a distinct possibility that she won't come.
5. Notable: a distinct honor and high privilege.
by MysticalFox March 19, 2009
Prince George's unsuccessful attempt to say "antidisestablishmentarianism" in the TV series "Blackadder the Third".
Anti distinctly minty monetarism is not the longest word in the English language
by Tunntsd March 9, 2019