Definition of schismatically in US English:

schismatically

adverb

  • See schismatic

    • ‘In his opinion, reflection on the church's tradition had become the means for distinguishing orthodoxy and heresy in a Johannine church that, by the time of 1 John, was schismatically at odds with itself.’
    • ‘However at the same time I do not view science as something schismatically separate from my Christianity.’
    • ‘The parishes that object to the motion are accusing the church of acting schismatically and essentially of having contravened canon law.’

Pronunciation

schismatically

/-ik(ə)lē/