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  1. instinct

    • n.
      an innate, typically fixed pattern of behaviour in animals in response to certain stimuli;a natural or intuitive way of acting or thinking
    • adj.
      imbued or filled with (a quality, especially a desirable one)
    • noun: instinct, plural noun: instincts

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    • 1. formal imbued or filled with (a quality, especially a desirable one) these canvases are instinct with passion
    • n.
      an innate desire for self-preservation, manifest in hunger, self-defensive aggression, and the ...

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    • n.
      an inclination in people or animals to behave or think like the majority: What makes them go? In my view, it's the herd instinct

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    • n.
      a ruthless determination to succeed or win: he had that hunger, that killer instinct he urged his players to find their killer instinct

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    • n.
      an innate desire for self-annihilation, thought to be manifest in the conservative and ...

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    • n.
      a ruthless determination to succeed or win: he had that hunger, that killer instinct he urged his players to find their killer instinct

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    • n.
      an inclination in people or animals to behave or think like the majority: What makes them go? In my view, it's the herd instinct

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    • n.
      an innate desire for self-preservation, manifest in hunger, self-defensive aggression, and the ...

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    • n.
      an innate desire for self-annihilation, proposed by certain psychologists.

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    • n.
      an innate, typically fixed pattern of behavior in animals in response to certain stimuli: birds have an instinct to build nests maternal instincts
    • adj.
      imbued or filled with (a quality, especially a desirable one): these canvases are instinct with passion

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