What kind of word is superstitious?

What kind of word is superstitious?

adjective. of the nature of, characterized by, or proceeding from superstition: superstitious fears. pertaining to or connected with superstition: superstitious legends. believing in, full of, or influenced by superstition.

What part of speech is superstition?


part of speech: noun
definition: a belief that is not based on fact. It’s just a superstition that black cats bring bad luck.
related words: tradition
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What’s the opposite of superstitious?

What is the opposite of superstitious?

rational factual
sure precise
veritable faithful
truthful unadorned
honest lifelike

What does malevolent mean in English?

1 : having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill will, spite, or hatred. 2 : productive of harm or evil. Other Words from malevolent Synonyms & Antonyms On the Origin of Malevolent Example Sentences Learn More About malevolent.

What do you call someone evil?

1 sinful, iniquitous, depraved, vicious, corrupt, base, vile, nefarious. 2 pernicious, destructive. 6 wickedness, depravity, iniquity, unrighteousness, corruption, baseness.

What’s another word for idiosyncrasy?

In this page you can discover 16 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for idiosyncrasy, like: quirk, peculiarity, characteristic, eccentricity, idiom, affectation, habit, mannerism, quirkiness, trait and oddity.

What is idiosyncratic Behaviour?

The definition of idiosyncratic is quirky or peculiar, or the temperament which is unique to an individual. An example of an idiosyncratic person is someone who does a lot of out of the ordinary things. An example of an idiosyncratic trait is the way a person always deals with disappointment.