Outwit: to get the better of by cunning or ingenuity.
A fairly common (though often forgotten) problem among highly intelligent, very cerebral individuals is that they can solve the most complex intellectual puzzles, but have difficulty doing everyday sorts of things. This isn’t limited to INTJs, but it definitely includes them. For example, my roommate is constantly amused by my inability to do domestic things. I’m smarter than her in most areas, but I’ve also burned Easy Mac, washed my dishes by hand for eight months because I couldn’t figure out how to work the dishwasher, and was completely lost when she asked for me to arrange to have our lawn mowed. Give an INTJ a problem to solve or a system that needs restructured, and they’ll do it better than your highest expectations with little or no supervision, but ask them to cook dinner or register their car and they’ll be baffled and not know how to ask for help.
Hurt: to cause distress or damage.
INTJs are straightforward, critical thinking individuals that often don’t have much patience for observing the social graces. They tend to believe that a lot of wasted time and energy could be saved by just speaking the truth clearly. This sometimes means that they unintentionally insult or offend other people. (I would argue that this is not always, or even usually, a flaw on the INTJ’s part, but obviously I’m biased.) However, as with most things they put their minds to, if an INTJ ever did actually want to hurt someone’s feelings, they would do it very, very well.
Leave: to remove oneself from association with or participation in; to go without taking or removing.
An INTJ can quickly and cleanly remove oneself from an unhealthy relationship, but may privately ruminate on those emotional scars for a long time.
Extroverted Intuition and Introverted Intuition.
Interesting article about the use of iNtuitive functions with regards to physical exercise.
Ask INTJ: ISTJs, INTJ Arrogance, and Getting a Girlfriend
You know, it’s funny to me when people can’t get a handle on the ISTJ type. To me, they always very definitively stand out from the other types. Though, that could just be because my father and youngest sister are ISTJs, so I’m intimately familiar with them.
Ask INTJ: Working in the Arts, Stuck Between Types and There is No X
Sure. I can’t disclose too many specifics for legal reasons (one part is still in progress, and my current employer required me to sign a social media non-disclosure agreement,) but I think I’ll still be able to adequately answer your question.