Definition of "orthodoxy" []

  • The quality or state of being orthodox. (noun)
  • Orthodox practice, custom, or belief. (noun)
  • The beliefs and practices of the Eastern Orthodox Church. (noun)
  • Orthodox Judaism. (noun)
  • Orthodox belief or practice (noun)

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  • The quality of being orthodox (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "orthodoxy" in a sentence
  • "Paleo becomes a necessary prefix only because the term orthodoxy has been preempted and to some degree tarnished by the modern (Bultmannian-Tillichian - Niebuhrian) tradition of neo-orthodoxy."
  • "That is what you call orthodoxy -- the subjection of the many."
  • "Can you guess what it might be, or does your invested faith in "orthodoxy" prevent you from seeing what you don't wish to see?"