heretical

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From Middle English, borrowed from Middle French eretical and from Medieval Latin haereticalis, from haereticus. See heretic.

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heretical (comparative more heretical, superlative most heretical)

  1. Of or pertaining to heresy or heretics.
  2. (of ideas or views) Contrary to mainstream or accepted opinion.
    Synonym: unorthodox

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