heterodox[ het-er-uh-doks ]SEE DEFINITION OF heterodox
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HETERODOX
As the years rolled on he became more "heterodox" than ever.
Emma begged her to remember her heterodox views of the education for girls.
There is nothing novel nor heterodox in the notion that thinking is instrumental.
The heterodox nature of the Russian faith is not a nullification of it.
This is the last fortress into which heterodox philosophy has fled.
The heterodox and the so-called atheist may be trusted, at least, to tell the truth.
But the point I wish to make clear is that all these schools are heterodox.
It is not only heterodox, but rationally untenable and ridiculous.
Hence the glorious institution of the heterodox women—is it not?
The crux of all the critics, orthodox and heterodox, is the story about the fish.