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Orthodox vs. Unorthodox

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Orthodoxadjective

Conforming to the accepted, established, or traditional doctrines of a given faith, religion, or ideology.

Unorthodoxadjective

unusual, unconventional, or idiosyncratic

Orthodoxadjective

Adhering to whatever is customary, traditional, or generally accepted.

Unorthodoxadjective

independent in behavior or thought;

‘she led a somewhat irregular private life’; ‘maverick politicians’;

Orthodoxadjective

(botany) Of pollen, seed, or spores: viable for a long time; viable when dried to low moisture content.

Unorthodoxadjective

breaking with convention or tradition;

‘an unorthodox lifestyle’;

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Orthodoxadjective

Sound in opinion or doctrine, especially in religious doctrine; hence, holding the Christian faith; believing the doctrines taught in the Scriptures; - opposed to heretical and heterodox; as, an orthodox Christian.

Orthodoxadjective

According or congruous with the doctrines of Scripture, the creed of a church, the decree of a council, or the like; as, an orthodox opinion, book, etc.

Orthodoxadjective

Adhering to generally approved doctrine or practices; conventional. Opposed to unorthodox.

‘He saluted me on both cheeks in the orthodox manner.’;

Orthodoxadjective

Of or pertaining to the churches of the Eastern Christian rite, especially the Greek Orthodox or Russian Orthodox churches, which do not recognize the supremacy of the Pope of Rome in matters of faith.

Orthodoxadjective

of or pertaining to or characteristic of Judaism;

‘Orthodox Judaism’;

Orthodoxadjective

adhering to what is commonly accepted;

‘an orthodox view of the world’;

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Orthodoxadjective

of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church

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