intuitions

[ in-too-ish-uh n, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF intuitions

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His own nature partook of the feminine, and he shared its intuitions and its fears.

But if our intuitions are not realities, then nothing is a reality.

Proverbs, like the sacred books of each nation, are the sanctuary of the intuitions.

It was all humbug––all this mummery about intuitions and unerring perception and inscrutability.

Yes, this daughter of hers was a woman already, with all a woman's intuitions.

There are intuitions, “warnings,” and premonitions of coming events.

I must not trust my intuitions too far: they are not as fine as yours.

The laws of the universe are just intuitions put into words.

Animals have intuitions as keen as those of a woman, keener than those of a man.

So they did, but if my intuitions are not greatly at fault, the place they started from was France.