stato-, stat-, sta-, -static, -stasi, staso-, -stasis, -stasia, -stacy, -stitute, -stitution, -sist

(Latin: standing, to stay, to make firm, fixed; cause to stand, to put, to place, to put in place, to remain in place; to stand still)

substantiation
substantival
substantive
substantively
substitute
substitution
substitutional
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superstition
1. A belief in the magical effects of a specific action or ritual; especially, in the likelihood that good or bad luck will result from performing it.
2. Irrational beliefs; irrational and often quasi-religious belief in and reverence for the magical effects of some actions and rituals or the magical powers of some objects.
3. Etymology: via French from Latin superstition; superstes, "standing over (in awe)"; from super, "over, above" plus stare, "to stand".

Defined by some as, "the unreasoning fear of anything founded on the fear of the unreasoning."

superstitious
1. Of the nature of, characterized by, or proceeding from superstition: superstitious fears.
2. Pertaining to or connected with superstition; superstitious legends.
3. Believing in, full of, or influenced by superstition.

Likely to fear what is unknown; such as, the man who said he wasn't superstitious because he was afraid it might bring him bad luck.

superstitiously
superstitiousness
systatic
thermally sensitive resistor (s) (noun), thermally sensitive resistors (pl)
A device that can be used to measure temperature and to track their changes: Some new homes are being built with thermally sensitive resistors attached to the heating and cooling systems in order to monitor them and hopefully to better control the use of energy.
thermoresistance
Not affected by changing temperatures.

Related word families intertwined with "to place, placing, to put; to add; to stay; to attach" word units: fix-; pon-; prosth-; the-, thes-.