1. superstition

noun. ['ˌsuːpɝˈstɪʃən'] an irrational belief arising from ignorance or fear.


  • belief


  • skepticism
  • atheism

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Rhymes with Superstition

  • predisposition
  • misrecognition
  • juxtaposition
  • retransmission
  • presupposition
  • decomposition
  • statistician
  • reimposition
  • redeposition
  • redefinition
  • precondition
  • pediatrician
  • obstetrician
  • mathematician
  • malnutrition
  • geriatrician
  • fondkommission
  • extradition
  • transmission
  • requisition
  • recondition
  • recognition
  • proposition
  • premonition
  • preignition
  • inquisition
  • exposition
  • expedition
  • electrician
  • disposition

How do you pronounce superstition?

Pronounce superstition as ˌsupərˈstɪʃən.

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Sentences with superstition

1. Noun, singular or mass
That superstition evolved for a reason: Cats do cry, just not in the sense we might think.

Quotes about superstition

1. A fool's brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry. Hence University education.
- George Bernard Shaw

2. What is it you most dislike? Stupidity, especially in its nastiest forms of racism and superstition.
- Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

3. When every hope is gone, 'when helpers fail and comforts flee,' I find that help arrives somehow, from I know not where. Supplication, worship, prayer are no superstition; they are acts more real than the acts of eating, drinking, sitting or walking. It is no exaggeration to say that they alone are real, all else is unreal.
- Mahatma Gandhi, The Story of My Experiments With Truth