Complete Definition of "unintuitive"

English
Adjective
unintuitive

  1. Not intuitive, not easily graspable by intuition
  2. In particular, counterintuitive; counter to what one's intuition expects.
Quotations
not easily grasped by intuition
2003, Debora S Ray, Eric J Ray, UNIX 1
2003, David Karlins, How to Do Everything with Illustrator CS 2
2004, Ben Forta, Teach Yourself Regular Expressions in 10 Minutes 3
counter to one's intuitions
1995, Linda Mui, When You Can't Find Your UNIX System Administrator 4
1995, T.C. Przymusinski, “Semantics of Normal and Disjunctive Logic Programs,” in Non-monotonic Extensions of Logic Programming, Jürgen Dix, Louis Moniz Pereira, and Teodor C. Przymusinski edd. 5
1995, Julia Annas, The Morality of Happiness 6
2001, Ernest Nagel, James R Newman, Gödel's Proof 7
2003, Matthew Robinson, Pavel A Vorobiev, Swing 8
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