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in tooh i shuhn

  • n  instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
  • n  an impression that something might be the case
    he had an intuition that something had gone wrong

  • It fits a sensible intuition that the mind is something special and different, separable from the brain, but the fact that the intuition is sensible does not make it right.
  • A timely new book argues that our intuition of danger may be our best defense.
  • According to his friend Luca, "He has an intuition to know when a girl wants to be approached.

  • Andy Roddick in The Press Association
    I don't think stunned is the right word,Roddick said. "I don't view what happened as an impossibility. I don't know. I always struggle with how to describe my mood. I'm sure you can use your intuition and reach out and find something. He...
  • Marv Levy in 940 News
    He was the prototypical gun-slinger type,said Marv Levy, Pro Football Hall of Fame coach. "He's the type of guy where, 'Oh, what's he throwing into that crowd for?' But he had intuition, toughness, resilience."
  • Steny Hoyer in Guardian Unlimited
    My intuition tells me there are an awful lot of members of the president's party who have great concerns about simply staying the course,Hoyer said.

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