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intuitive
used in Moby Dick

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Definition
based on feeling or instinct rather than conscious reasoning

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easy to understand without training or study
  • And so, through all the thick mists of the dim doubts in my mind, divine intuitions now and then shoot, enkindling my fog with a heavenly ray.
    Chapters 85-87 — The Fountain; The Tail; The Grand Armada (22% in)
  • Strong intuitions of the man assure the mariners he can be no innocent.
    Chapters 7-9 — The Chapel; The Pulpit; The Sermon (52% in)
  • And for this I thank God; for all have doubts; many deny; but doubts or denials, few along with them, have intuitions.
    Chapters 85-87 — The Fountain; The Tail; The Grand Armada (23% in)
  • Doubts of all things earthly, and intuitions of some things heavenly; this combination makes neither believer nor infidel, but makes a man who regards them both with equal eye.
    Chapters 85-87 — The Fountain; The Tail; The Grand Armada (23% in)

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