Definition of intuitional in English:

intuitional

Pronunciation /ˌint(y)o͞oˈiSHənl/ /ˌɪnt(j)uˈɪʃənl/ /ˌintəˈwiSHənl/ /ˌɪntəˈwɪʃənl/ /ˌint(y)o͞oˈiSHnəl/ /ˌɪnt(j)uˈɪʃnəl/ /ˌintəˈwiSHnəl/ /ˌɪntəˈwɪʃnəl/

adjective

See intuition

‘There had been something that had been bothering me for a while that I had refused to acknowledge: Why had Wade been acting the way he was after I had called him on a intuitional feeling I had about him and a grudge against me?’
  • ‘These included his versions of the strong law of large numbers and the law of the iterated logarithm, some generalisations of the operations of differentiation and integration, and a contribution to intuitional logic.’
  • ‘There is the 38-day intuitional cycle, the 43-day aesthetic cycle, and the 53-day spiritual cycle.’
  • ‘His reputation stemmed from the publication in 1726 of Fifteen Sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel, in which he defines his moral philosophy, affirming an intuitional theory of virtue.’
  • ‘A ranking of brands according to customers' intuitional responses gives insight into each brand's position in consumers' minds, Hung said.’