Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Superstitious"

The meaning of "Superstitious" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does superstitious mean?
A: You are weary of something. You follow such rules as “black cats are bad luck” and not walking under a ladder.
Q: What does

superstitious mean?
A: showing ignorance or the laws of nature and faith in magic or chance.

Example sentences using "Superstitious"

Q: Please show me example sentences with superstitious .
A: He is very superstitious and was frightened of the black cat
Q: Please show me example sentences with

superstitious .
A: 1. Lots of superstitions are still believed in.
2. SubmitYou still believe that superstition about cutting your nails at night?
3. SubmitSome superstitious people in America believe that if a black cat crosses your path, you'll have bad luck.

Synonyms of "Superstitious" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between superstitious and stitious ?
A: "Stitious" isn't an accepted English word.

The "super-" in "superstitious" means "above", not "more". The word comes from a Latin word that means "the survivors"; superstitious people have their beliefs because they survived something bad in the past.

Translations of "Superstitious"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? superstitious
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Other questions about "Superstitious"

Q: I'm sometimes being superstitious. does this sound natural?
A: ‘I’m sometimes superstitious over ........ ‘ would work as well
Q: "I try not to be superstitious." does this sound natural?
A: The sentence sounds very natural to me!
Q: I’m superstitious more or less. does this sound natural?
A: "I'm more or less superstitious"
Q: Many superstitious people believe that posthumous life will exist does this sound natural?
A: Grammatically correct. But this does not sound natural.

We would say "Many superstitious people believe in life after death."

"Posthumous" is more stiff and academic language, and usually discusses someone's accomplishments or awards after their death.

"He died before the book could be published. The book was published posthumously a month later."
"Posthumously, his music received several awards."
"He died in combat, and received a posthumous medal of honor."
Q: You're so superstitious! How could it happen? does this sound natural?
A: For your question just add that. How could that happen? sounds better.

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