intuit[ in-too-it, -tyoo-; in-too-it, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF intuit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTUIT
I managed to intuit a fierce battle in which they were engaging.
He cannot intuit, or think otherwise than in accordance with them.
What I intuit must be true for me, what he intuits true for him.
Intuit′ionalism, the doctrine that the perception of truth is by intuition; Intuit′ionalist.
Man, after a process of culture, comes to intuit some first principles, in some combinations.
No one save a Bohemian could ever so intuit the gloomy profundity and unearthly fire of the Colchian sorceress.
You cannot think without universalising, nor intuit without thinking.