Synonym: hunch, suspicion. Similar words: tuition, fruition, edition, addition, position, volition, sedition, ambition. Meaning: [‚ɪntuː'ɪʃn /-tju-] n. 1. instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes) 2. an impression that something might be the case.
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1. Her feminine intuition told her that he was unhappy.
2. Intuition told her it was unwise to argue.
3. He knew this thing by intuition.
4. I had an intuition that I would find you.
5. He had an intuition there was trouble brewing.
6. It came upon him in a flash of intuition.
7. Her intuition was telling her that something was wrong.
8. Intuition told me you were here.
9. He was guided by intuition and personal judgement.
10. Intuition told her that he had spoken the truth.
11. By intuition, he sensed what was wrong.
12. I had a sudden intuition about the missing jewels.
13. I had an intuition that we would find them there.
14. Intuition told me we were going in the wrong direction.
15. Often our intuition or sixth sense warns us of impending danger.
16. I had an intuition that something awful was about to happen.
17. She had an intuition that her mother wasn't very well.
18. But whatever form intuition takes, it is completely reliable.
19. The intuition behind this result is as follows.
20. This intuition is supported by sentence completion data.
21. Don't underestimate you intuition and gut feelings! Dr T.P.Chia
22. Hess's synthesis was a bold stroke of intuition.
23. But I still rely on intuition and feeling.
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24. All his reservations were based on intuition, supposition.
25. A second form of personal thought is intuition.
26. His crazy intuition about New York may be right.
27. Nobody told me where to find you. It was sheer intuition.
28. Often there's no clear evidence one way or the other and you just have to base your judgement on intuition.
29. An intense discussion broke out about the importance of intuition.
30. The answer came to me in a flash of intuition.
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