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Sentence count:40+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-04Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: nonsensesensein a sensesixthsenselessconsensusmake senseinsensiblyMeaning: n. grasping the inner nature of things intuitively. 
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(1) The interesting thing about O'Reilly is his sixth sense for finding people who have good ideas.
(2) A kind of sixth sense told her that there was someone else in the room, and she turned round quickly.
(3) A sixth sense told her that he would be waiting for her when she got home.
(4) He seemed to have a sixth sense for knowing when his brother was in trouble.
(5) A sixth sense told me that the train was going to crash.
(6) Often our intuition or sixth sense warns us of impending danger.
(7) My sixth sense told me to stay here and wait.
(8) My sixth sense told me to stay here.
(9) I missed Matata's sixth sense and the Boer war rifle.
(10) An eerie sixth sense guided him to wherever a crisis was unfolding.
(11) Perhaps Chick was using some kind of sixth sense to follow her rather than simple powers of observation.
(12) A forward has a sixth sense and from an early stage I realised I had the corner back in my pocket.
(13) She appeared to have the sixth sense of a bat and could identify, record(, and register every item on sale.
(14) Rob has a sixth sense for making the right investment.
(15) She'd gone only a short way when some sixth sense brought her to a halt in the nick of time.
(16) The fact that athletes use the term sixth sense, a synonym for ESP, lends credence to this possibility.
(17) He has a sixth sense to recognise the genuine from the phoney.
(18) He had a sixth sense for trouble.
(19) And yet , some sixth sense feels something!
(20) Eg. I always believe my sixth sense.
(21) My crew says I have a sixth sense.
(22) It'seems that my sixth sense is right.
(23) It's like the guards have gotten some sixth sense.
(24) The so-called sixth sense, known as proprioception , is essential to many basic actions, including walking without having to look at your feet or touching your nose with your eyes closed.
(25) Journalists have a sixth sense of news in most cases.
(26) Many hunters and men moving close to nature have commented on this sixth sense, warning them of danger.
(27) But there are underlying similarities, one of which is having almost a sixth sense about how to make things work.
(28) Of touch, taste and smell, I have no complaints and my sixth sense is a work in progress.
(29) We may not have been able to see ghosts, but in our earlier, fish-like form, we did have a sixth sense, according to a study.
(30) It was vague , intangible , appealing only to some strange, nameless sixth sense.
More similar words: nonsensesensein a sensesixthsenselessconsensusmake senseinsensiblyinsensibleinsensitivemake sense oftensedenseoffensecenserincenseconsentlicenseincensedexpenseintensedefensesensorensemblecondensepretensesensorysensibleopen secretsensation
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