Definition of orthoprax in US English:

orthoprax

adjective

  • Correct in practice (as distinct from thought or belief); doing right. Also occasionally as noun (with the): orthoprax people as a class.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Thomas Lynch (1818–1871), hymn writer and composer. From ortho- + prax-, originally after orthodox.

Pronunciation

orthoprax

/ˈɔːθəpraks/