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  • adjective Not superstitious.


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un- +‎ superstitious


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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?

    Buy Bono's old sock? No thanks 2010

  • 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.

    The Promise A Tale of the Great Northwest 1921

  • 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

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works 1895

  • 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.

    WORLD Magazine | Community 2009


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