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in·tu·i·tive

 (ĭn-to͞o′ĭ-tĭv, -tyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or arising from intuition: "The greatest scientific thinkers are those who rely on sudden intuitive flashes to solve problems" (Andrew Weil). See Synonyms at instinctive.
2. Possessing or demonstrating intuition: an intuitive thinker.
3. Easily understood and simple to use: a web browser with an intuitive interface.

in·tu′i·tive·ly adv.
in·tu′i·tive·ness n.
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Adv.1.intuitively - in an intuitive manner; "inventors seem to have chosen intuitively a combination of explosive and aggressive sounds as warning signals to be used on automobiles"

intuitively

adverb instinctively, automatically, spontaneously, involuntarily, innately, instinctually He seemed to know intuitively that I must be missing her.
Translations

intuitively

[ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪvlɪ] ADVintuitivamente, por intuición

intuitively

[ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪvli] adv [know] → intuitivement

intuitively

advintuitiv; intuitively I’d say 50ich hätte instinktiv 50 gesagt

intuitively

[ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪvlɪ] advintuitivamente
References in classic literature ?
The trouble is," sighed the Doctor, grasping her meaning intuitively, "that youth is given up to illusions.
First, let the unjust be like other distinguished masters of craft; like the skilful pilot or physician, who knows intuitively his own powers and keeps within their limits, and who, if he fails at any point, is able to recover himself.
I realized I had not answered her signal, and ignorant as I was of Martian customs, I intuitively felt that she had made an appeal for succor and protection which my unfortunate ignorance had prevented me from answering.
Dashwood, whose eyes, as she answered the servant's inquiry, had intuitively taken the same direction, was shocked to perceive by Elinor's countenance how much she really suffered, and a moment afterwards, alike distressed by Marianne's situation, knew not on which child to bestow her principal attention.
Tars Tarkas and Carthoris exchanged the dignified and formal greetings common upon Barsoom, but I could tell intuitively that the Thark loved my boy and that Carthoris reciprocated his affection.
Tom had always lived among refined, and cultivated people, and he felt intuitively, from her air and bearing, that she belonged to that class; but how or why she could be fallen to those degrading circumstances, he could not tell.
returned the matron, comprehending the other's meaning intuitively, "and what may be the young gentleman's name?
He did not understand anything of the motives behind all that he had seen; but, somehow, intuitively he liked the young man and the two old men, and for the girl he had a strange longing which he scarcely understood.
I could have shot the Mahar with ease, for I knew intuitively that she was escaping--but I did not.
Her thoughts were of the man she felt intuitively to possess the strength, endurance and ability to overcome every obstacle and reach her at last.
The King's banner waved above their heads, and intuitively Joan de Tany knew for whom they sought at her father's castle.
said Tarzan, turning to Rokoff, whom he intuitively singled out as the instigator of the outrage.