Definition of unorthodox in English:

unorthodox

Line breaks: un|ortho¦dox
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɔːθədɒks
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unorthodoxly

adverb
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  • I will quote two of Finster's own unorthodoxly spelled and badly grammared word-filled paintings, and then show what the Smithsonian did.
  • I smiled politely; I'd definitely wanted to meet the man that could compose something so romantic, especially so unorthodoxly.
  • But soon the seemingly random lines began to come together into shapes and then objects, though unorthodoxly done.

unorthodoxy

noun
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  • As Europe became exceedingly religious and superstitious, alchemists began to cloak their work in symbolism and mystery - after all, if no one could discern their purpose, they could not be accused of unorthodoxy.
  • All of this expresses very well a necessary order and a determinate process, but one into which freedom, unorthodoxy and the sphere of the gratuitous and spontaneous cannot penetrate.
  • Listeners to Lionel Blue's Thought for the Day on Radio 4's Today will be familiar with the rabbi's brand of affability, generosity, unorthodoxy, humour and homespun wisdom.

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