unmiraculous

unmiraculous

(ˌʌnmɪˈrækjʊləs)
adj
1. not caused by a miracle
2. not surprising
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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. Confirming that Tennyson could not at first believe his friend was dead anyway, the lyric's confusion of tenses brought memory and hope together, confounding exactly when the moment of return could be.
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." The sentence occurs in the voice-over of Ann Lislegaard's computer animation Bellona (after Samuel R.