instinctively

[ in-stingk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF instinctively

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At this ominous sight, I instinctively seized the bitts for protection.

He had heard many descriptions of him and he knew him instinctively.

Instinctively the girl looked to Kirkwood; then shifted her glance to their host.

Instinctively she put her head out of the window to look back at them.

Tom instinctively slipped behind the trunk of the great oak.

In spite of his annoyance, Hilary instinctively liked the giant.

The heart of the shepherdess had instinctively vibrated to the praises of simplicity.

She rose suddenly to her feet, and Wrayson instinctively followed her example.

These customs are instinctively related to the traffic of slaves.

He'll take the other woman's part against her instinctively, whichever is in the right.

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