Definition of Distantly. Meaning of Distantly. Synonyms of Distantly

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Definition of Distantly

Distantly
Distantly Dis"tant*ly, adv. At a distance; remotely; with reserve.

Meaning of Distantly from wikipedia

- is one sharing many common tones with an original key, as opposed to a distantly related key (or "distant key"). In music harmony, there are five of them:...
- is used for closely related alignments, and BLOSUM45 is used for more distantly related alignments. The matrices were created by merging (clustering)...
- proboscideans. These prehistoric mammals are related to the elephant and, more distantly, sea cows and hyraxes. They lived during the Eocene epoch. Moeritherium...
- sometimes used as a colloquial nickname for the skunk, which is only distantly related to mustelids. Despite the name, being caniform mustelids, polecats...
- concept of species. In microbiology, genes can move freely even between distantly related bacteria, possibly extending to the whole bacterial domain. As...
- Hawaiian-born Tahitian musician Bobby Holcomb and released as a single (b/w "Distantly In Love") on MCA 52298 in October 1983. It was first released on his 1983...
- and 2020 U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, to whom he is also distantly related. Lawrence Gene David was born on July 2, 1947, in the neighborhood...
- hydroxide and dolomitic lime products. The present-day materials business is distantly descended from Superior Stone, an aggregates company founded in 1939 in...
- related to the terns (family Sternidae) and only distantly related to auks, skimmers and even more distantly to waders. Until the 21st century, most gulls...
- Geomyidae. These are the "true" gophers, but several ground squirrels in the distantly related family Sciuridae are often called "gophers", as well. The origin...