[ adjective ] (religion) of or pertaining to or characteristic of Judaism
Used in print(David Boroff, "Jewish Teen-Age Culture"...)
One boy said querulously about Orthodox Jews : `` It 's the twentieth century , and they do n't have_to wear beards '' .
It appears that an Orthodox girl in the community disrupted plans for an outing sponsored by one of the Jewish service groups because she would not travel on Saturday and , in_addition , required kosher food .
Another girl from a relatively large midwestern city described herself as `` the only Orthodox girl in town '' .
[ adjective ] adhering to what is commonly accepted
"an orthodox view of the world"
Used in print(Newton Stallknecht, "Ideas and Literature," in Newton S...)
After_all , Shelley is no `` orthodox '' or Hellenic Platonist , and even his `` romantic '' Platonism can be distinguished from that of his contemporaries .(Morley Callaghan, A Passion in Rome....)
Or a Protestant , or one of those amusing dogmatic atheists , or a strict orthodox Communist .
Devout , orthodox and plain like a family she might meet in Brooklyn or Malta or Ireland .