- adj. 本能的；天性的；直觉的
unthinking; prompted by (or as if by) instinct;
"a cat's natural aversion to water"
"offering to help was as instinctive as breathing"
- He tried to conceal his instinctive revulsion at the idea.
- Perhaps an analogy with what happens to us when we visit the theater will make this instinctive correlation clearer.
- Was there a foundation for the tenuous, instinctive fears that I couldn't seem to shake?
- I think most of us have the instinctive ability to discern between the merely obsequious and the purely altruistic.
The human being is born with a greater number of instinctive tendencies than other animals.出自： J. Dewey
Women's knowledge was instinctive while men's had to be learned.出自： N. Mosley
The break is usually automatic and..becomes instinctive, but..a verbal signal may be given.出自： J. Lehane