KJV Dictionary Definition: superstitious
SUPERSTI'TIOUS, a. L. superstitiosus.
1. Over scrupulous and rigid in religious observances; addicted to superstition; full of idle fancies and scruples in regard to religion; as superstitious people.
2. Proceeding from superstition; manifesting superstition; as superstitious rites; superstitious observances.
3. Over exact; scrupulous beyond need.
Superstitious use, in law, the use of land for a religious purpose, or by a religious corporation.
SUPERSTI'TIOUSLY, adv. In a superstitious manner; with excessive regard to uncommanded rites or unessential opinions and forms in religion.
1. With too much care; with excessive exactness or scruple.
2. With extreme credulity in regard to the agency of superior beings in extraordinary events.
SUPERSTI'TIOUSNESS, n. Superstition.