superstitious, a. [F. superstitieux, L. superstitiosus.].
Superstitious use (Law), the use of a gift or bequest, as of land, etc., for the maintenance of the rites of a religion not tolerated by the law. [Eng.] Mozley & W.
Of or pertaining to superstition; proceeding from, or manifesting, superstition; as, superstitious rites; superstitious observances. [1913 Webster]
Evincing superstition; overscrupulous and rigid in religious observances; addicted to superstition; full of idle fancies and scruples in regard to religion. [1913 Webster
"Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things ye are too superstitious."
Overexact; scrupulous beyond need. [1913 Webster]
credulous, doting, easily taken in, easy of belief, fond, inclined to believe, infatuated, overconfiding, overcredulous, overtrustful, overtrusting, trustful, trusting, uncritical, undoubting, unskeptical, unsuspecting, unsuspicious
credulity, credulousness, cullibility, gullibility, gross credulity, infatuation, self delusion, self deception, superstition, one's blind side, bigotry, hyperorthodoxy, misjudgment, credulous person, credulous, gullible, easily deceived, simple, green, soft, childish, silly, stupid, easily convinced, over-credulous, over confident, over trustful, infatuated, superstitious
, confiding, the wish the father to the thought, credo quia impossibile, all is not gold that glitters, no es oro todo lo que reluce, omne ignotum pro magnifico.