Examples of orthodoxy in a Sentence
I was surprised by the orthodoxy of her political views.
He rejected the orthodoxies of the scientific establishment.
Recent Examples of orthodoxy from the Web
Since no one wants to be, or be thought of, as a bigot or a crank, the easy, lazy way to proceed is simply by falling into line with campus orthodoxies.
With Steve Bannon out as President Trump's chief strategist, the White House's economic agenda may soon veer back toward GOP orthodoxy.
The politics of Google has been in the spotlight since the online giant seemingly fired an employee for challenging liberal orthodoxy.
Dominic Konstam, head of rates research at Deutsche Bank Securities, discusses inflation targets and the orthodoxy from central banks.
Its new website will put political topics up for a vote — and the most resonant ideas will form the basis of the organization’s orthodoxy.
Axios first reported on Bannon’s push, noting the plan would run contrary to Republican orthodoxy but potentially represents the kind of populist philosophy on which Trump campaigned.
In that new, harsh light, The Ranch’s cis-white-male orthodoxy—and its stridency about that—has a nasty tang.
For a real choice and thus real liberty to exist, the government may not impose its own orthodoxy and homogenize all schools to conform to politically correct attitudes and ideologies.
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ORTHODOXY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of orthodoxy for English Language Learners
: a belief or a way of thinking that is accepted as true or correct
Orthodoxy : the beliefs, practices, and institution of the Orthodox Church
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