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1) His first instinct was to run away from danger.
2) Migrating birds and fish have a strong homing instinct.
3) She has an unerring instinct for people's weak spots.
4) Few ministers have the nous or the instinct required to understand the ramifications.
5) Instinct led the pigeons back to the roost.
6) Both superpowers shared the same instinct for self - preservation.
7) The players lacked the killer instinct.
8) It is a primitive instinct to flee a place of danger.
9) Suckling is an instinct in mammals.
10) Animals have a natural instinct for survival.
11) Birds learn to fly by instinct.
12) Birds have the instinct to learn to fly.
13) He lacked the common instinct for survival.
14) Gardiner is simply trusting to instinct and experience.
15) Many birds have a remarkable homing instinct .
16) She had little maternal instinct.
17) He plays well but lacks that killer instinct that wins matches.
18) He had an unerring instinct for when people were lying to him.
19) His first instinct was to rush back to Isobel.
20) She seems to have a strong maternal instinct .
21) Babies know by instinct who their mother is.
22) I didn't have as strong a maternal instinct as some other mothers.
23) The wise are instructed by reason; ordinary minds, by experience; the stupid, by necessity; and brutes, by instinct.
24) He quit the sport when he realised he didn't have the killer instinct.
25) Humans, he argues,(http://sentencedict.com/instinct.html) are amoral and what guides them is not any sense of morality but an instinct for survival.
26) Life is like music. It must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule.
27) He has managed to find a response to each new political development that chimes in with most Germans' instinct.
28) He always knew what time it was, as if by instinct.
29) I blame myself and will never be able to trust my instinct again.
30) He seems so honest and genuine and my every instinct says he's not.
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