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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

Related Words

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

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HOLY HUNCHES: RESPONDING TO THE PROMPTINGS OF GOD comes from the director of an inner city youth ministry and shows how intuitive hunches ultimately nudge us towards spiritual paths.
In fact, he believes computers will impose a left-brain discipline on right-brain hunches in a way that is well beyond the computational capacity of the human mind.
His book is replete with an incredible chain of one-upmanship, hunches that led to breakthroughs, fights for monopolies, competition between companies, and clashing philosophies.
But 21st Century detectives also still rely on hunches.
He said Baker taught him to challenge players without giving up on them, and not to be afraid to play hunches.
Although the researchers speculated about the greater increase in cases of diarrhea in winter, they could not statistically test their hunches about which biological or behavioral factors may have contributed to the greater winter incidence.
Obviously speculators were operating on more than just hunches.
It's The Hunches, and Got Some Hate lives up to its name.