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in·stinc·tive

, instinctual (in-stink'tiv, -stink'chū-ăl),
Relating to instinct.

in·stinc·tive

, instinctual (in-stingk'tiv, -stingk'shū-ăl)
Relating to instinct.
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It came to her then more bitterly than ever that Beth was slowly drifting away form her, and her arms instinctively tightened their hold upon the dearest treasure she possessed.
But it seems to me it is the reply we make instinctively to such a question.
The whole of the club turned instinctively, waiting to hear what the old man had to say; for old Mr.
Instinctively in approaching the body the three men followed that trail.
Instinctively we fired our revolvers in his direction.
She doesn't need a catchphrase to define what she instinctively has accomplished.
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I plan to start shooting instinctively, but I haven't decided whether to use a recurve or a compound.
According to the report, Palin said Republicans need a candidate who is instinctively conservative because it's too late to be taught the fundamentals.
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Summary: Milly Dowler's sister knew instinctively that she had been abducted, the Old Bailey has heard.
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