- Any opinions or doctrines at variance with the official or orthodox position
- heterodoxy, heresy
- A belief that rejects the orthodox tenets of a religion
- The quality of being unorthodox
Derived forms: unorthodoxies
Type of: cognitive content, content, mental object, orientation, originality
- he remembered the stories told of his grandfather-of his strong views, unorthodoxy and scientific inclinations.
- he remembered the stories told of his grandfather-of his strong views, unorthodoxy and scientific inclinations
- But it was hardly an isolated case of Rhodes'unorthodoxy.
- In New York City, curricular unorthodoxy was heightened by decentralization.
- Much of his published work deals with unorthodoxies of science and scholarship.