And yet, in his uncanny, intuitive way, he picked up whatever he needed to know, creating images that were knowing and sly.
It seemed to me that in spite of her lack of previous training she had an intuitive gift for language.
It feels so fresh and yet so intuitive—why hasn't this been done before?
He began painting what he would call “intuitive abstractions,” and “cosmic cubism.”
More than any other media proprietor, Rupert Murdoch had an intuitive revelation about the value of news as a commodity.
Hayden felt as if in some peculiar, intuitive sort of way, he had expected this from the first.
He had that intuitive genius which is most rare among scientists.
Is this primarily learned by experience; or is it an intuitive conviction, which conditions experience.
It must then, argues Stewart, be either a 'prejudice' or an 'intuitive judgment.'
He knew that they knew him more thoroughly than he did himself, and shrank from the intuitive vision of these small clairvoyants.
1640s, from Middle French intuitif or directly from Medieval Latin intuitivus, from intuit-, past participle stem of intueri "look at, consider" (see intuition). Related: Intuitively; intuitiveness.