Also in·stinc·tu·al [in-stingk-choo-uhl] /ɪnˈstɪŋk tʃu əl/.
Origin of instinctive
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Examples from the Web for instinctually
The fact that we instinctually speak of a sweet voice, is another witness.
- of, relating to, or resulting from instinct
- conditioned so as to appear innatean instinctive movement in driving
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Word Origin and History for instinctually
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