intuitive feeling


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Noun1.intuitive feeling - an intuitive understanding of something; "he had a great feeling for music"
intuition - instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
sprachgefuhl - an intuitive feeling for the natural idiom of a language; "Dubyuh has no sprachgefuhl"
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She had that indefinable, intuitive feeling that she was utterly alone upon the vessel, and at length, unable to endure the inaction and uncertainty longer, made her way to the companion ladder where for half an hour she futilely attempted to remove the hatch.
were looking at hundreds of girls aged eight to 11 and there's an intuitive feeling I get sometimes when I see someone like Ruby.
The Illusion of God's Presence: The Biological Origins of Spiritual Longing blends science and spirituality as it considers the origins of the intuitive feeling of God's presence, and considers the biological roots of this feeling.
The challenge before us, therefore, is to find a principle that is logical and well-defined and yet accords with our intuitive feeling that Pakistani Hindus must be given the right to live in India.
It was an investment I didn't feel comfortable making, but I had an intuitive feeling he was the fight person for the job," she recalls.
This leads her to indulge in several treks to diverse destinations based on either intuitive feeling or actual dreams she interprets as a sign.
Stephanie Forman, a clinical negligence specialist from law firm Irwin Mitchell, said: "Most people have an intuitive feeling that things aren't right.
His defeat behind Denman at Cheltenham came as a surprise to many, but the intuitive feeling was he simply never sparkled as he has on pretty much every visit to the course in the past two years.
His defeat behind Denman at Cheltenham came as a surprise to many, but the intuitive feeling was that he simply never sparkled as he has on pretty much every visit to the course in the past two years.
Their retirement is due to a lack of submissions and an intuitive feeling that their time is past.
But we were able to apply epidemiological principles to assess, clarify and map the problem and then document this intuitive feeling by making it scientific and evidence-based--much like the first epidemiologists in London who recognized, mapped and then defined the cholera problem.
Though possessed of a shrewd eye and intuitive feeling for the elliptical silences necessary to such fare, Zervos is undone in the end by over-ambitious plotting and awkward thesping.