- heterodox state or quality.
- a heterodox opinion, view, etc.
Origin of heterodoxy
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Examples from the Web for heterodoxy
Heterodoxy in details of faith is rampant, and is no obstacle to Christian fellowship.Mountain Meditations
And so you are satisfied that false opinion is heterodoxy, or the thought of something else?Theaetetus
Then, you will remember, you were in great pain because of the heterodoxy of George Holland.Phyllis of Philistia
Frank Frankfort Moore
He retorted by animadverting upon the preacher's heterodoxy.Ghetto Comedies
His bad name for heterodoxy had been made worse by his favorite studies.Wenderholme
Philip Gilbert Hamerton
Word Origin and History for heterodoxy
1650s, from Greek heterodoxia "error of opinion," from heterodoxos (see heterodox).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper