a doctor with an intuitive awareness of his patients' concerns
The argument makes intuitive sense.
The software has an intuitive interface.
The controls of an airplane are intuitive. Push to nose down, pull to nose up, turn left, turn right. —Stephan Wilkinson, Popular Science, December 2002
Galileo had made an intuitive jump to what we now call Newton's first law of motion: a body in motion tends to remain in motion. —Leon Lederman et al., The God Particle, 1993
… but most of the literature was political rather than scientific, more interested in … exalting the irrational and intuitive over the rational and quantifiable. —Paddy Chayefsky, Artificial Paradises, (1978) 1999