Definitions for instinctively
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as a matter of instinct
"he instinctively grabbed the knife"
Innately, by instinct, without being taught.
Fish instinctively know how to swim; most humans don't.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
By instinct; by the call of nature.
Etymology: from instinctive.
The very rats
Instinctively had quit it. William Shakespeare, Tempest.
Instinctively refers to doing something automatically or naturally, without needing to think or learn about it. It involves acting on innate or inherent tendencies, typically in response to a specific stimulus or in a particular situation. This term is often used in the context of behavior demonstrated by animals or humans that appears to be impulsive or unlearned.
in an instinctive manner; by force of instinct; by natural impulse
In an instinctive manner.
He created meals instinctively and was praised by his family for his creative, sense of taste and understanding of which foods blend and taste beautifully together.
Submitted by MaryC on July 5, 2016
The numerical value of instinctively in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of instinctively in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
If he can make some kind of link in China, if he can instinctively show he gets it, that could be an important thing.
I instinctively tucked it in my coat. When I got outside, I saw two small eyes staring up at me, and I returned the 3-week-old and very scared puppy to its grateful owners.
What good mothers and fathers instinctively feel like doing for their babies is usually best after all.
That’s as simple as it takes… I wish it would happen as instinctively as Mohammed Gulab gave Marcus Luttrell safety. We should be returning that same sentiment.
I remember one such house fire .?.?. conducting a search on my hands and knees, when I felt something warm, squishy and furry on the floor of a closet, i instinctively tucked it in my coat. When I got outside, I saw two small eyes staring up at me, and I returned the 3-week-old and very scared puppy to its grateful owners.
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