Thesaurus / instinctive

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Ultimately, I was looking for the cues that trigger instinctive behaviors in mice.

He has a keen and instinctive appreciation of the difference of social rank.

It first seemed to him that reason and instinctive faith were separated by a wide interval.

Her hands took 231 hold upon me with the instinctive clutch of an infant.

Sewing seems to be instinctive with women; yet tailors tell me that they are obliged to give out their best work to men.

Her creed must arise from her own instinctive and intuitive impressions.

IdolatryJulian Hawthorne

He was a capital seaman; a sort of an instinctive navigator; true as the needle to the flag, and as brave as a lion.

Afloat And AshoreJames Fenimore Cooper

Being a native of New York, it had been his instinctive thought to call up the hat-shop and demand the return of its delivery-boy.

The BandboxLouis Joseph Vance

There seems to be, even in educated women, a singular, instinctive love of twilight; and here was twilight at high noon.

And it is this instinctive sense of obligation that is the chief foundation of society.

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