unmiraculous

unmiraculous

(ˌʌnmɪˈrækjʊləs)
adj
1. not caused by a miracle
2. not surprising
References in classic literature ?
If I also would be sane -- to Sandy -- I must keep my superstitions about unenchanted and unmiraculous locomotives, balloons, and telephones, to myself.
I stand in a column Of winged, unmiraculous women, Honey-drudgers.
Two very unmiraculous factors turn out to explain much of the surprising behavior of German unemployment.
Defying Alcestis, the moment of reunion made, with a peculiar combination of unemotional normality and choking grief, a revisitation defiantly unmiraculous.
In addition, the speaker goes on to place herself "in a column / Of winged, unmiraculous women / Honey drudgers".
The miracle of order has run out," a woman says in mellifluous tones, "and I am left in an unmiraculous place where anything may happen.