go with (one's) gut

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go with (one's) gut

To trust or follow an intuition or instinct, as opposed to an opinion based on a logical analysis. If you're worried because your daughter isn't home yet, go with your gut and call the police.
See also: gut
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It took me a while to gain confidence in my own judgement, but it's an important step and one you can only take if you go out on a limb and go with your gut.
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If you're this certain, you have to go with your gut instinct and ignore other people's opinions.
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Which is why if you want to start your own mood board to get the juices flowing, just go with your gut.
In those cases, go with your gut instinct and let the discussion go longer or cut it shorter, based on what your intuition tells you.
Use some common sense and go with your gut in deciding whether to end the friendship.
You have to go with your gut feeling as a manager," Pearce said.
You go with your gut, your instinct, your objectivity.
I had a gut feeling telling me it was wrong, if you generally go with your gut instincts, you don't go far wrong.
To borrow a phrase the NFL employs when the going gets tough: "You gotta go with your gut.
Perhaps this is an area in newsletter marketing where it is simply better to go with your gut instinct.
Kenwright said: "90 per cent have Full story 62/ said, 'You didn't let us down last time, go with your gut instinct and hopefully you'll get it right again'.