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A premonition; a feeling that something, often of undesirable nature, is going to happen.
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  1. A premonition; a feeling that something, often of undesirable nature, is going to happen.
  2. A feeling that something, esp. of an unfortunate or evil nature, is about to take place; foreboding
Knowledge or awareness of something before its existence or occurrence; prescience.
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  1. Knowledge or awareness of something before its existence or occurrence; prescience.
The condition of being so excited:
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  1. The condition of being so excited:
  2. The quality of being so excited, as manifested in something:
  3. Something, such as a sudden creative act or idea, that is inspired:
A power of perception thought of as a sense in addition to the commonly accepted five senses; intuitive power
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  1. A power of perception thought of as a sense in addition to the commonly accepted five senses; intuitive power
The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
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  1. The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art:
  2. The sense of touch:
  3. Appreciative regard or understanding:
A push or shove.
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  1. A push or shove.
  2. A guess or feeling not based on known facts; premonition or suspicion
  3. An intuitive feeling or a premonition:
The gist or significance:
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  1. The gist or significance:
  2. A plan, purpose, or goal:
  3. A sense that something can happen; a notion or expectation:
(Printing) All the copies of a publication printed at one time from the same set of type.
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  1. (Printing) All the copies of a publication printed at one time from the same set of type.
  2. (Dentistry) An imprint of the teeth and surrounding tissues, formed with a plastic material that hardens into a mold for use in making dentures, inlays, or plastic models.
  3. An effect, feeling, or image retained as a consequence of experience:
The condition of being suspected, especially of wrongdoing:
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  1. The condition of being suspected, especially of wrongdoing:
  2. The state or feeling of having no confidence or certainty about something; distrust:
  3. The act or an instance of suspecting something on little or no evidence:
The ability to see and understand clearly the inner nature of things, esp. by intuition
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  1. The ability to see and understand clearly the inner nature of things, esp. by intuition
  2. A clear understanding of the inner nature of some specific thing
  3. The ability to discern the true nature of a situation, especially by intuition.
An inherited tendency of an organism to behave in a certain way, usually in reaction to its environment and for the purpose of fulfilling a specific need. The development and performance of instinctive behavior does not depend upon the specific details of an individual's learning experiences. Instead, instinctive behavior develops in the same way for all individuals of the same species or of the same sex of a species. For example, birds will build the form of nest typical of their species although they may never have seen such a nest being built before. Some butterfly species undertake long migrations to wintering grounds that they have never seen. Behavior in animals often reflects the influence of a combination of instinct and learning. The basic song pattern of many bird species is inherited, but it is often refined by learning from other members of the species. Dogs that naturally seek to gather animals such as sheep or cattle into a group are said to have a herding instinct, but the effective use of this instinct by the dog also requires learning on the dog's part. Instinct, as opposed to reflex , is usually used of inherited behavior patterns that are more complex or sometimes involve a degree of interaction with learning processes.
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  1. An inherited tendency of an organism to behave in a certain way, usually in reaction to its environment and for the purpose of fulfilling a specific need. The development and performance of instinctive behavior does not depend upon the specific details of an individual's learning experiences. Instead, instinctive behavior develops in the same way for all individuals of the same species or of the same sex of a species. For example, birds will build the form of nest typical of their species although they may never have seen such a nest being built before. Some butterfly species undertake long migrations to wintering grounds that they have never seen. Behavior in animals often reflects the influence of a combination of instinct and learning. The basic song pattern of many bird species is inherited, but it is often refined by learning from other members of the species. Dogs that naturally seek to gather animals such as sheep or cattle into a group are said to have a herding instinct, but the effective use of this instinct by the dog also requires learning on the dog's part. Instinct, as opposed to reflex , is usually used of inherited behavior patterns that are more complex or sometimes involve a degree of interaction with learning processes.
  2. (Psychoanalysis) A primal psychic force or drive, as fear, love, or anger; specif., in Freudian analysis, either the life instinct (Eros) or the death instinct (Thanatos)
  3. An innate capability or aptitude:
The state of being intuitive.
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A power of perception thought of as a sense in addition to the commonly accepted five senses; intuitive power
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  1. A power of perception thought of as a sense in addition to the commonly accepted five senses; intuitive power
Find another word for intuition. In this page you can discover 18 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for intuition, like: presentiment, foreknowledge, inspiration, sixth sense, feeling, hunch, feeling, hunch, idea, impression and suspicion.