Define Differently Meaning

Used as emphasis when someone does something crazy/annoying/that you don't understand...its similar to saying 'on another level' or 'on some next level'

He's annoying me differently mate.

I'm dying (of laughter) differently.
By Dody
Different Different

By Janet
A pseudo-polite way of saying something is unpleasantly weird or unacceptable. Chiefly used in the midwestern United States.

"Grandma, look at my nose ring!"

"That's... different."
By Fredra
a person who is not afraid to be themselves, instead of following the crowd, a unique person with a great personality.

girl 1- Michelle is cool, shes so different
girl2 - yea i like her too, shes unique and real
cool great personality unique
By Felipa
Something everybody is scared to be, for they fear they will be rejected by society if they are. Those who are different are often labeled as: weird, crazy, deficient, stupid, a loser, or just a "reject".

Me: I despise people who just roll along with the population, instead of making their own path. People who can't develop critical thinking, therefore they go by the information that this close-minded society has sewn into them. People with a mediocre mentality, that does not allow them to look outside the box and to make their own opinions, thus shaping themselves into just another "brick on society's wall". A society that encourages order, discipline, and uniformity, instead of originality and spontaneity. A society made by them. Ironic isn't it?

Be different.
By Abbie
The state of not being in same.

By Emiline
like saying" I beg to differ" is a way of saying I "dissagre" or differ can mean different, differentiate, ect.

Girl: what do you want for dinner?
Guy: I want you.
Girl: But im not editable, Tom!
Guy: I beg to differ
By Allianora
A technical term combining the ideas of difference and frequency. Now used in regards to the predictable unpredictability of individuals – particularly women. The term has its origins in the writings of Daniel Webster the Elder who was the godfather and inspiration for the name of the famed lawyer and American Revolutionary war figure.

1. The problem for planning a maintenance schedule is that we know customers will be very differency in the usage.

2. I don't know what to get them for Christmas, you know they all have to have their differency even if they are sisters.

3. It isn't that he isn't fabulous. Fashion just hasn't caught up with his differency yet.
By Elvira
Different can mean apart or not like anyone else but in my experience it is not a bad thing inbrace your different it probably just means your unique

By Rhonda
What has gotten an extreme negative connotation in our society due to immense peer pressure and shame. Many people have a great fear of being different or standing out due to not wanting to be outcasted or isolated by his/her peers, which can be very harmful to a person’s health. Because of this, many people will give up their true potential because they don’t want to be viewed negatively by their peers. But, think about how boring it would be if every single person acted the exact same. Imagine all the great technological advancements we’d miss out on if innovators like Albert Einstein or Leonardo Da Vinci acted like everyone else at the time. We need people who are different in our society, people who offer a wide range of perceptions and experiences to share with the world. Peer pressure is a strong force that can either be your best friend or worst enemy, depending on who you surround yourself with. So try your best to find the people who support your inner strengths and will help push you to limits you never knew possible

Normality is impossible to achieve because there isn’t really a definitive example of pure normality. I mean some people do get called terms like “average joe” or “normie” but even that’s still very objective. I mean, not even every 2 “average joes” or “normies” are exactly the same and will have their differences, even if their very small. I’m not forcing anyone to be different or to rebel against the majority and I don’t shun anyone who fits the criteria of an “average joe”. If your inner desires and talents match what is appreciated in your community then keep on doing it. But, try not to let the idea of “normal” hinder you from doing what makes you happy, because when you look back when you’re older and are satisfied with what you did throughout your life, you’ll end up being much happier than you would’ve been if you succombed to a lifestyle that goes against your desires.
By Elbertina