Orthodox and Radical


Orthodox adjective - Tending to favor established ideas, conditions, or institutions.
Usage example: orthodox in their view of the world, the Founding Fathers subscribed to the 18th-century notion that only men with property should be allowed to vote

Radical is an antonym for orthodox in topics: established, conformist.

Nearby Word: orthodoxy


Radical adjective - Being very far from the center of public opinion.
Usage example: the baggy trousers that Amelia Bloomer introduced in the 1850s were considered a radical form of dress for women at the time

Orthodox is an antonym for radical.

Nearby Words: radically, radicalism, radicalize, radicalise, radicalised
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