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- The impending crops were so orthodox that the inspector had posted only a single field, belonging to Angus Morton, for burning.†
- That was one of the parts of the journal that got Marther into a lot of trouble with orthodox people, for it implied that deviations, so far from being a curse, were performing, however slowly, a work of reclamation.†
- I was reluctant to admit the flaw in the tidy, familiar orthodoxy I had been taught.
Chpt 6 *orthodoxy = a commonly accepted belief or practice
- The later vegetables showed nearly as high a degree of orthodoxy as the field-crops.†
- Certainly, few things were as fantastic as the growths that Uncle Axel had told of in the south; on the other hand, practically nothing was comfortably familiar, or even orthodox.†
(orthodox) normal (describing thinking or behavior as commonly or traditionally accepted)