1. intuitive

adjective. ['ˌɪnˈtuːətɪv'] spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency.


  • spontaneous


  • coherent
  • heterogenous

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Rhymes with Intuitive

  • abortive
  • accommodative
  • accumulative
  • accusative
  • acquisitive
  • active
  • adaptive
  • addictive
  • additive
  • additive
  • adjective
  • administrative
  • adoptive
  • affective
  • affirmative
  • airmotive
  • alliterative
  • alliterative
  • anticompetitive
  • anti-infective

How do you pronounce intuitive?

Pronounce intuitive as ˌɪnˈtuətɪv.

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Sentences with intuitive

1. Adjective
These individuals must be passionate about helping people who are in need and must be intuitive and organized.

Quotes about intuitive

1. Game design is a funny thing. There are people out there who are really good at it, but it's not clear that they can teach it. It's a very intuitive process. It's an art.
- Luis von Ahn

2. 'Healing,' Papa would tell me, 'is not a science, but the intuitive art of wooing nature.'
- W. H. Auden

3. When I started, I wanted to be thought of as tortured and seductive, not funny, but humor tends to be a reflexive part of a person's sensibility. It's an almost impossible thing to teach anyone, which leads me to believe that it's intuitive.
- Mark Leyner

2. intuitive

adjective. ['ˌɪnˈtuːətɪv'] obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation.


  • nonrational
  • illogical
  • unlogical


  • rational
  • reasonable
  • illogicality
  • illogicalness