In a way, they are intuitively more afraid of the losses they will inflict—and for good reason.
Dykstra intuitively understood that Roger Clemens merely reflected the modern-day pro athlete: self-centered and destructive.
Now, I find it intuitively very hard to believe that there is actually zero effect from giving people insurance.
Students understand these intuitively, but adults often confuse them.
To intuitively know how and when to surrender the past in favor of the future is a rare and precious talent.
Then intuitively he realized that it would just about clear the German airship.
All this Clancy intuitively perceives, on the instant of his turning to retreat.
Gayle intuitively knew that the specific caring being called forth was the caring of a mother.
Drawing, in fact, seemed to come to me naturally and intuitively.
Anstruther's proposal, however, helped him to blurt out what he intuitively felt to be a disagreeable fact.
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.