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instinctive reflex

Noun1.instinctive reflexinstinctive reflex - an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus
accommodation reflex, Babinski, Babinski reflex, Babinski sign, belch, belching, blink, blinking, blush, breaking wind, burp, burping, defecation reflex, disgorgement, electric shock, electrical shock, emesis, eructation, eye blink, fart, farting, flatus, flush, gag reflex, goose bump, goose pimple, goose skin, gooseflesh, gulp, gulping, hiccough, hiccup, horripilation, inborn reflex, innate reflex, jump, knee jerk, knee-jerk reflex, light reflex, micturition reflex, miosis, mydriasis, myosis, myotactic reflex, nictation, nictitation, oscitance, oscitancy, patellar reflex, pharyngeal reflex, physiological reaction, pilomotor reflex, plantar reflex, puking, pupillary reflex, reaction, rectal reflex, reflex, regurgitation, response, rooting reflex, shake, shiver, shock, singultus, sneeze, sneezing, start, startle, sternutation, stretch reflex, suckling reflex, tremble, unconditioned reflex, vomit, vomiting, wind, wink, winking, yawn, yawning
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-- instinctive reflex --
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