Examples of superstitious in a Sentence
He's very superstitious and won't pitch without his lucky mitt.
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Plain and axiomatic as the real medical causes now seem to us, the majority view, from the ancient Romans to the Edwardian Celts, was intensely superstitious.
Colón looked easy on the mound and delighted in the dugout, chatting and laughing, forgoing the superstitious silence that usually accompanies perfect-game bids.
Today, there’s a thriving industry of remedies, ranging from the lab-tested to the superstitious.
Cohen was so superstitious that when his team took a 1-0 lead Cohen refused a request by one of his players to leave the bench to go to the bathroom.
Dallas Cowboys third round pick Michael Gallup is not superstitious about the number 13 at rookie minicamp Friday at the Star in Frisco.
Baseball players are notoriously superstitious, and a bad outing might have hurt the chances of other relievers adopting the cart.
Ironically, this happens after Jo claims to not be superstitious about seeing her groom before walking down the aisle and therefore summoning bad luck.
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SUPERSTITIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of superstitious for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or influenced by superstition
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