Examples of intuition in a Sentence
Intuition was telling her that something was very wrong.
“How did you know I would drop by?” “Oh, I don't know. It must have been intuition.”
Recent Examples of intuition from the Web
Again, my intuition is that most of these portable wall have inadequate insulation, chilled from a/c, and condensation is occurring inside the walls creating all the water the mold needs to survive.
The drive for me, whatever happened in that first intuition, has driven me for 11 years.
The combined weight of this economic evidence and policymakers’ intuition is hard to ignore, and seems to justify scepticism about the growth prospects of China, Malaysia, Thailand and many other emerging economies.
The other has been influenced by intuition and that old-school metric called momentum.
As a child, my intuition told me my body possessed power.
This much is certain: Schadler’s intuition has served him well so far.
This requires being intensely present and fully mindful of the client, while simultaneously tuned into one’s own intuitions.
Your spiritual practice reaches new depth and your intuition - strong.
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Origin and Etymology of intuition
First Known Use: circa 1600See Words from the same year
INTUITION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intuition for English Language Learners
: a natural ability or power that makes it possible to know something without any proof or evidence : a feeling that guides a person to act a certain way without fully understanding why
: something that is known or understood without proof or evidence
INTUITION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of intuition
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