intuition

Part of speech: noun

Immediate perception of truth; something felt to be true without conscious reasoning.

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Usage examples "intuition":

  1. A subtle intuition had warned her that Lance was wrapped up in his care for Adela to an extent which he himself was not able to measure. - "True and Other Stories", George Parsons Lathrop.
  2. And through what intuition of the truth had Mr. Kane come to his present hopelessness? - "Franklin Kane", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
  3. His brain had handled the problem with the certainty of intuition. - "The Lost Trail", Edward S. Ellis.