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INTU'ITIVE, adjective

1. Perceived by the mind immediately, without the intervention of argument or testimony; exhibiting truth to the mind on bare inspection; as intuitive evidence.

2. Received or obtained by intuition or simple inspection; as intuitive judgment or knowledge.

3. Seeing clearly; as an intuitive view; intuitive vision.

4. Having the power of discovering truth without reasoning; as the intuitive powers of celestial beings.