Correctly vs Orthodoxly - What's the difference?

correctly | orthodoxly |


As adverbs the difference between correctly and orthodoxly

is that correctly is in a correct manner while orthodoxly is in a correct or proper way; conventionally; correctly.

correctly

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In a correct manner.
  • Antonyms

    * incorrectly

    orthodoxly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a correct or proper way; conventionally; correctly.
  • * 1778 , (Abraham Tucker), The Light of Nature Pursued , III.12:
  • if, after a season of thoughtlessness, you perceive your understanding on a sudden lively to discern, and your will vigorous to pursue heavenly things, you may orthodoxly conclude there has been an effusion, not that there is one now.
  • * 1925 , (Scudder Klyce), Sins of Science , XXV.1:
  • Biology is orthodoxly the part of science that deals directly with the phenomena of living matter.
  • * 1930 , "Don Juan", , 31 Mar 1930:
  • So great was Ariel''’s success and that of the similar ''Disraeli that readers might have expected Maurois to treat Shelley's friend and fellow-poet in the same style. But no miniature in enamel is this orthodoxly lengthy, appendixed, annotated biography of Byron.
  • In a religiously orthodox way; in accordance with accepted religious doctrine.
  • * 1980 , (Agehananda Bharati), The Ochre Robe :
  • He wears a turban, he puts on his sandal mark every morning, he bathes and eats and marries and dies orthodoxly'; he probably begets children ' orthodoxly .
  • * 1990 , LP Harvey, Islamic Spain, 1250 to 1500 , p. 91:
  • The teaching here is orthodoxly Islamic, the preoccupation with assessing the relation of works to faith is very much of the European fifteenth century.