orthodoxy

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or·tho·doxy

noun \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

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