hunch


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Synonyms for hunch

Synonyms for hunch

intuitive cognition

an irregularly shaped mass of indefinite size

to stoop low with the limbs pulled in close to the body

to incline the body

Synonyms for hunch

an impression that something might be the case

the act of bending yourself into a humped position

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round one's back by bending forward and drawing the shoulders forward

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Dan Ross, a former managing director at Reston-based Claraview, is reportedly also listed as co-founder and executive vice president at Hunch Analytics.
The aim is to inspire students to pursue STEM careers, says Florence Gold, a HUNCH project manager.
Gmail is the preferred professional E-mail account, and employers feel Gmail is more serious than other E-mail accounts, suggests Hunch.
I just had a hunch that he was going to put it to my right.
And then they add that because of their feeling, or their hunch, they had been lucky.
Because he did not have proof of the terror camp connection, Samit never passed this hunch on to FBI headquarters.
You have a strong sense that Kiki and Carlene are going to strike up a girlfriend-to-girlfriend relationship of sorts; you know that the resolute Zora will eventually collide with Carl; and you have a slight hunch that Howard will run into Victoria, Monty Kipps's sexy daughter, at an inopportune moment.
To test his hunch that the company was being visited by intruders, he smoothed the dirt so that he could watch for fresh tracks.
Although she had a hunch there was more to the case, her superior pulled her off it because she found nothing out of the ordinary.
Charlie Hamilton-James and Philippa - co-host of BBC1's Heaven And Earth - had a hunch the thieves would come back after they discovered thousands of pounds worth of goods had been stolen from their house in the West Country.
In trying to draw that elusive fourth ball, many coaches prefer their hitters to move up to the extreme front of the box or hunch over the plate in an effort to conceal it.
Navigator Kevin Gamier had a hunch the high-pressure system would linger and, given the sailing properties of the J boat, the team had a better chance looping down around the heavy air mass and picking up the wind flowing out of it.
A blind algorithm approach or clinical pathway/guideline usually trumps hunch judgment in making predictions and diagnoses.
Doug's hunch that his own building would also attract quality employees has proven correct.
Before reading California businessman Ward Connerly's new book, Creating Equal: My Fight Against Race Preferences, I had a hunch he was a builder.