Definition of orthodoxly in English:



See orthodox

‘The way the concept of competition is orthodoxly used, you'd think it meant fairness rather than win at any cost.’
  • ‘Both have theologies radically immersed in the gospel and in life at its darkest points, and are orthodoxly Christian in ways which show Christian orthodoxy to be anything but comfortable.’
  • ‘Play was suspended by the weather at one-set all and when they reappeared the next day White was more orthodoxly dressed.’
  • ‘You are correct that this is not limited to Mormons - I think most orthodoxly religious (Muslim, Christian, Jewish) folks tend to approach it the same way.’
  • ‘It was neither Latin nor English, neither orthodoxly Vergilian nor orthodoxly Miltonic—it was strange and new.’