Definition of intuitive in English:

intuitive

Line breaks: in¦tui|tive
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪv
 
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adjective

Derivatives

intuitively

adverb
More example sentences
  • The real question is how the viewer instinctively, intuitively responds to a candidate.
  • They play instinctively and intuitively together, with an understanding that belies their youth.
  • When one acts from the heart, or intuitively, I feel that this is the Self.

intuitiveness

noun
More example sentences
  • She stands toe to toe with her male counterparts and brings to the boardroom all the intuitiveness and multi-tasking abilities she is reputed for, inevitably impacting the quality of decision-making.
  • Parenting, mothering in particular, requires a subtle intuitiveness for which there can never be adequate preparation in any job.
  • One applies the topical adhesive with the same intuitiveness as drawing on a tablet.

Origin

late 15th century (originally used of sight, in the sense 'accurate, unerring'): from medieval Latin intuitivus, from Latin intueri (see intuit).

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