Characterized by, revealing, or approaching departure from established beliefs or standards.(adjective)
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Use "heretical" in a sentence
"MARTIN: What do you say to those who argue that this kind of discussion is, I'm not going to use the word heretical, because I think that has its own sort of theological meaning, but I mean it's cherry picking."
"While the cults, sects, and small mindedness of the mobs grew, the loss of those with a real higher understanding became larger and larger, as they die and more control by the mobs, brainwashing in heretical ideas takes hold."
"Yet I have never seen anyone committed to community-building undermine community development simply by the expression of heretical ideas."