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English citations of adoxy

  • 1903, edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt, The Expositor, page 22
    But what we may call adoxy — we must coin some such word if we are to express briefly the state of mind that has superseded both heterodoxy and orthodoxy
  • 1929, American Mercury, page 3
    No Catholic ired to protest or to question its adoxy; no bishop uttered a syllable of ism. Catholic theologians vied with other in defending it,