intuition

217 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɪntjuːˈɪʃən], [ɪntjuːˈɪʃən], [ɪ_n_t_j_uː_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n]
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Synonyms for Intuition:

intuition (noun)

artfulness, astuteness, canniness, cleverness, craftiness, cunning, foresight, insight, instinct, shrewdness, slyness, sophistry, trickiness, wiliness.

Other synonyms and related words:

ESP, IQ, Intellectuality, Intuition (knowledge), Percipience, Sageness, ability, acquaintance, acroamatics, acuity, acumen, acuteness, adroitness, anschauung, anticipation, anxiety, apercu, appreciation, appreciativeness, apprehension, apprehensiveness, aptitude, association, association of ideas, astrology, atmosphere, awareness, belief, bent, bosom, brain, brains, brilliance, by intuition, capacity, clairsentience, clairvoyance, clue, cogitative faculties, cognition, cognitive faculties, cognitive powers, cognizance, cognoscence, common sense, comprehension, conception, conscience, consciousness, depth, dexterity, discernment, discrimination, discursive faculties, distrust, divination, doubt, dread, empathy, enlightenment, enterprise, envision, eq, erudition, experience, extrasensory perception, facility, faculties, faculty, faith supposition, familiarity, fear, feel, feeling, flair, foreboding, forefeeling, foreknowledge, foresee, forewarning, funny feeling, genius, gift, good sense, grasp, guess, gut reaction, hazard a guess, hazard a proposition, heart, hint, hump, hunch, idea, illogically, imagination, immediacy, impression, inkling, innate knowledge, inspiration, intellect, intellection, intellectual faculties, intellectual powers, intelligence, intimation, intuitive impression, intuitively, intuitiveness, intuitivism, invention, judge by intuition, judge intuitively, judgement, judgment, ken, knack, knowledge, kop, lateral thinking, leaning, lucidity, mind, misgiving, mistrust, mother wit, nose, notion, observation, opinion, parts, passion, perception, perceptiveness, perceptivity, perspicaciousness, perspicacity, preapprehension, precognition, predisposition, premonition, prescience, presentiment, privity, proficiency, profundity, propensity, psychometry, rationality, reaction, realization, reason, reasoning faculties, receptibility, receptiveness, receptivity, recognition, rule of thumb, rumination, sagacity, sapience, satori, savvy, scholarship, sensation, sense, sense of foreboding, senses, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity, sentiment, sixth sense, skilfulness, skill, smarts, sneaking suspicion, subconscious, supersintuition, superstition, susceptibility, susceptiveness, susceptivity, suspicion, suspiciousness, sympathy, talent, talk at random, tendency, theory, thinking principle, third eye, thought, understanding, vague feeling, vague idea, value judgment, view, vision, wisdom, wit, wits.

Rhymes for Intuition:

  1. titian, mission, fission;
  2. munition, mortician, addition, admission, rendition, dentition, condition, contrition, optician, remission, commission, sedition, transmission, musician, nutrition, partition, patrician, volition, permission, position, physician, ambition, fruition, technician, tuition, attrition, tradition, transition, logician, petition, cognition, recission, ignition, omission, audition, emission, suspicion, submission, magician;
  3. expedition, exhibition, abolition, acquisition, proposition, demolition, composition, definition, inhibition, prohibition, competition, recognition, statistician, exposition, extradition, inquisition, intermission, supposition, obstetrician, precondition, politician, admonition, dietitian, reposition, superstition, ammunition, requisition, rhetorician, electrician, opposition, coalition, premonition, disposition, imposition, apparition, deposition, repetition, recondition, erudition;
  4. juxtaposition, pediatrician, presupposition, theoretician, predisposition, geriatrician, decomposition, academician;

Quotes for Intuition:

  1. He did not arrive at this conclusion by the decent process of quiet, logical deduction, nor yet by the blinding flash of glorious intuition but by the shoddy, untidy process halfway between the two by which one usually gets to know things. Margery Allingham.
  2. Intuition comes very close to clairvoyance; it appears to be the extrasensory perception of reality. Alexis Carrel.
  3. A lady is smarter than a gentleman, maybe, she can sew a fine seam, she can have a baby, she can use her intuition instead of her brain, but she can't fold a paper in a crowded train. Phyllis McGinley.