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orthodoxy

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orthodoxy

noun or·tho·doxy \ˈr-thə-ˌdäk-sē\

: a belief or a way of thinking that is accepted as true or correct

Orthodoxy : the beliefs, practices, and institution of the Orthodox Church

plural or·tho·dox·ies

Full Definition of ORTHODOXY

1
:  the quality or state of being orthodox
2
:  an orthodox belief or practice
3
capitalized
a :  Eastern Orthodox Christianity
b :  orthodox judaism

Examples of ORTHODOXY

  1. I was surprised by the orthodoxy of her political views.
  2. He rejected the orthodoxies of the scientific establishment.

First Known Use of ORTHODOXY

1630

Other Jewish Religion Terms

Talmud, Zion, challah, dybbuk, kosher, tabernacle, tetragrammaton, yarmulke

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