instinct

Behavior vs Instinct - What's the difference?

behavior | instinct |


As nouns the difference between behavior and instinct

is that behavior is (uncountable) human conduct relative to social norms while instinct is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

As an adjective instinct is

(archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Instinct vs Instuition - What's the difference?

instinct | instuition |

Instinct vs Instinctual - What's the difference?

instinct | instinctual |


As adjectives the difference between instinct and instinctual

is that instinct is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something) while instinctual is of, relating to, or derived from instinct.

As a noun instinct

is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

Instinct vs Intuition - What's the difference?

instinct | intuition |


As nouns the difference between instinct and intuition

is that instinct is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour while intuition is immediate cognition without the use of conscious rational processes.

As a adjective instinct

is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Instinct vs Streetwise - What's the difference?

instinct | streetwise |


As adjectives the difference between instinct and streetwise

is that instinct is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something) while streetwise is having the necessary knack, personality and instinct for survival in rough, urban environments.

As a noun instinct

is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

Instinct vs Improvise - What's the difference?

instinct | improvise |


As a noun instinct

is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

As a adjective instinct

is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

As a verb improvise is

to make something up or invent it as one goes on; to proceed guided only by imagination, instinct, and guesswork rather than by a careful plan.

Instinct vs Animus - What's the difference?

instinct | animus |


As nouns the difference between instinct and animus

is that instinct is a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour while animus is the basic impulses and instincts which govern one's actions.

As a adjective instinct

is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Charged vs Instinct - What's the difference?

charged | instinct |


As a verb charged

is (charge).

As a noun instinct is

a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

As a adjective instinct is

(archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

Instinctive vs Instinct - What's the difference?

instinctive | instinct |

Instinctive is a derived term of instinct.


As adjectives the difference between instinctive and instinct

is that instinctive is related to or prompted by instinct while instinct is (archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

As a noun instinct is

a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

Instinctively vs Instinct - What's the difference?

instinctively | instinct |

Instinctively is a derived term of instinct.


As a adverb instinctively

is innately, by instinct, without being taught.

As a noun instinct is

a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour.

As a adjective instinct is

(archaic) imbued, charged ((with) something).

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