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It's about as lucky as a self-harming princess's black ballgown; surely nobody is unsuperstitious enough to wear it for their own wedding?
So swift was that transition from the grisly unreal to the normal that even to my unsuperstitious mind it smacked of necromancy.
The Metal Monster 2004
And superstitious dread came to the unsuperstitious Soames; he turned his eyes away lest he should stare the little house into real unreality.
On Forsyte 'Change 2004
Men crowded about -- the bolder spirits, the matter of fact, and the unsuperstitious among the crew -- and Bill turned again to Moncrossen, who stood rooted in his tracks.
I come now to the system of selecting officials by competitive examination, without which it is hardly likely that so literary and unsuperstitious a system as that of Confucius could have maintained its hold.
The Problem of China Bertrand Russell 1921
It is to the credit of the unsuperstitious character of English speaking people that while the
The first glance was admiration alone, the second brought a thrill of something uncomfortably like fear, for to the most unsuperstitious of minds there was still something unpleasantly eerie in this unexpected apparition.
Pixie O'Shaughnessy George de Horne Vaizey 1887
His practical and unsuperstitious partner opened and read the letters.
The Lifeboat 1859
About a century ago, a man so famous, and by repute so unsuperstitious, as Dr. Doddridge, was guided in
Autobiographical Sketches Thomas De Quincey 1822
Even the most jaded of us loves a fortune cookie, and the most unsuperstitious of us cannot resist extracting its contents.
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