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superstitious

adjective su·per·sti·tious \-ˈsti-shəs\

: of, relating to, or influenced by superstition

Full Definition of SUPERSTITIOUS

:  of, relating to, or swayed by superstition <a superstitious ritual>
su·per·sti·tious·ly adverb
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Examples of SUPERSTITIOUS

  1. He's very superstitious and won't pitch without his lucky mitt.

Origin of SUPERSTITIOUS

Middle English supersticious, from Anglo-French supersticius, from Latin superstitiosus, from superstitio
First Known Use: 14th century
SUPERSTITIOUSLY Defined for Kids

superstitious

adjective su·per·sti·tious \ˌsü-pər-ˈsti-shəs\

Definition of SUPERSTITIOUS for Kids

:  showing or influenced by superstition

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