noun, plural or·tho·dox·ies for 1.
Origin of orthodoxy
Related formsan·ti·or·tho·dox·y, nounhy·per·or·tho·dox·y, nounpro-or·tho·dox·y, adjectiveun·or·tho·dox·y, noun, plural un·or·tho·dox·ies.
Examples from the Web for unorthodoxy
The association of the name of Copernicus with that of Galileo has always cast an air of unorthodoxy about the great astronomer.Catholic Churchmen in Science|James J. Walsh
He was, however, banished for unorthodoxy and died at Lampsacus aged 72.The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura|Lucius Apuleius
His behaviour during these same negotiations with Rome witnesses equally strongly to his political wiliness and his unorthodoxy.
Men may be unorthodox in the physical sciences; we are growing tolerant of unorthodoxy in religious opinion.The Coming of Coal|Robert W. Bruere
Here was the quintessence of unorthodoxy in the very home of Walkingshaw & Gilliflower!The Prodigal Father|J. Storer Clouston