Antonyms for miracles

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His miracles seem to me to be as exquisite as the coming of spring, and quite as natural.

"The age of miracles has come again," she says a hundred times a day.

The miracles stupefied her; she saw only a discoloured flight of phantoms.

His miracles passed from mouth to mouth, with suitable additions.

When the multitudes were not converted by the miracles, they fled terrified.

Why should not miracles come now, as in the olden days, for had not all this been ordained from the beginning?

Upon reading this book, we find it full of prodigies and miracles.

They were obliged to say, that these miracles were wrought by witchcraft and the devil.

How could the belief in miracles have germinated and taken root in this man's brain?

It would then have no longer been possible to deny that miracles were worked.