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Pope Francis appeals to some of the deepest Christian intuitions about how to live into the brotherhood of Man.

Our intuitions about health care, not the data, are doing a lot of heavy lifting here.

But my emotional intuitions about things like insurance and extended warranties are . . . atypical.

They are groping for some modulation, some way to translate complicated moral intuitions into rules a society can live by.

The tension between these two moral intuitions goes unresolved - really unaddressed - in the novel's pages.

What we call superstitions were really great scientific intuitions or prophecies.

Being a woman, I suppose I have intuitions, but I trust my boot heels every time.

By means of sensibility objects are given to us, and it alone furnishes with intentions meaning sensuous intuitions.

Language is itself the collective art of expression, a summary of thousands upon thousands of individual intuitions.

Before sitting down her intuitions had determined her to enlist this force on Robert's side at any cost.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intuitions, such as: instinct, hunch, perception, clairvoyance, discernment, and foreknowledge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.