Superstitionist

Su`per`sti´tion`ist


n.1.One addicted to superstition.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yet it is unfortunate that Yang trained China's young musicologists to treat Ching with contempt, just because he and men like Hsun Hsu were highly theoretical; Chung-kuo ku-tai yin-yueh, 132 (regarding Ching as superstitionist).
"During the years of ill health from disturbed digestion I saw a host of apparitions, & heard them too--but I attributed them to an act in my brain/You according to your own [sic] see and hear nothing but apparitions in your brain, and strangely attribute them to things that are out [begin strikethrough]of[end strikethrough] side of your skull/which of the two notions is most like the philosopher, which th[begin strike through]at[end strike through]e [begin strike through]of[end strike through] superstitionist" (N 4605).