Examples of unorthodox in a Sentence
a time when people with unorthodox religious views were banished from the colony
raised by an aunt, whose unorthodox parenting practices made for a strange but fun childhood
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Their best player, a preseason MVP candidate, played in only 210 minutes in nine games and created a distracting drama with his unorthodox rehab from a mysterious injury.
Tesla's response is an unorthodox one for a manufacturer facing a fatality involving one of its products.
What has long seemed like an ugly but ultimately inconsequential saga in the life of this unorthodox public figure has become a legal and political thicket.
As a result, Mueller’s best options to preserve his investigation’s findings, if the worst should occur, are more unorthodox.
Rather than return to merger investing or turn investors away, Mr. Paulson continued to make unorthodox and big moves, hoping to sustain his winning streak.
His respectful yet sometimes adversarial relationship with Miyazaki is explored in the fascinating documentary In The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, which also details Takahata's unorthodox, frustrating approach to work.
The move to raise the two salaries, first reported Tuesday morning by the Atlantic, is the latest example of Pruitt's unorthodox approach to running the EPA and using federal money.
Investors in Spotify Technology SA could be in for a turbulent Tuesday as the company uses an unorthodox maneuver to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, without many of the protections built into a standard initial public offering.
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UNORTHODOX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unorthodox for English Language Learners
: different from what is usually done or accepted
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