- 形容词: instinctive;
Jane instinctively knew all was not well with her 10-month old son.
The pilot instinctively maneuvered to avoid them.
As he leaned towards her she instinctively recoiled.
He knew instinctively where he would find her.
We know instinctively, just as bookeepers with their bees that misfortune might overtake us if the important events of our lives were not related to it.
We know instinctively, just as beekeepers with their bees that misfortune might overtake us if the important events of our lives were not related to it.
Already he had instinctively started forward to help her.
Instinctively, she felt a desire to imitate it.
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We all once cried so instinctively, so shamelessly.
我们每个人当初都曾经为这样的本能大声地 、 毫不害羞地哭过.
His jaw instinctively closed, and his gray eyes narrowed.
Both ladies instinctively gathered themselves into more tidy posture.
She shut up her heart instinctively against her aunt.
I felt instinctively negative toward Stevenson.
They instinctively gathered themselves into more tidy postures.
Instinctively I knew he was the game warden.
Every one of them instinctively heads to the park or the river.
People instinctively seek nature in different ways
We simply cannot help reacting instinctively that way.
Theory X is the idea that people instinctively dislike work and will do anything to avoid it.
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1. as a matter of instinct;
"he instinctively grabbed the knife"