Trademark distinctiveness is an important concept in the law governing trademarks and service marks. A trademark may be eligible for registration, or registrable, if amongst other things it performs the essential trademark function, and has distinctive character. ...
that serves to distinguish between things; that is characteristic or typical of something
(distinctiveness) the extent to which a person behaves in the same way across different situations. 595
(Distinctiveness) Eysenck and Eysenck (1980) asked participants to say words in a distinctive way, e.g. spell the words out loud. Such participants recalled the words better than those who simply read them off a list.
(Distinctiveness) The elements of the academic, residential, and co-curricular programs that distinguish Scripps College from other liberal arts colleges and women's colleges.
(Distinctiveness) The phenomenon in memory that states we are better able to remember information if it is distinctive or different from other information.
(distinctiveness) In attribution theory, the specificity of the person's behavior to a particular situation.
(distinctiveness) Indicates the extent to which a response is unique to a given situation. See Chart of Kelley's Attribution Model
A different shape and color than the others
Elegant, refined character that sets the wine apart on its own.
also contrastive. An element which makes a distinction between units. In phonology, a process or a pair of sounds, the alternation of which changes the meaning of a word. See also phoneme, minimal pair. ...
unique and different to everything else.
A unique and unmistakable impression of style.
the difference either is not offered by others or is offered in a more distinctive way by the company
Describes a wine that has a unique overall character.