independent in behavior or thought;
"she led a somewhat irregular private life"
breaking with convention or tradition;
"an unorthodox lifestyle"
- I'm afraid your English is somewhat unorthodox.
- He has an unorthodox style of playing tennis, but he usually wins.
- People who hold unorthodox opinions are sometimes ostracized.
- Bateson had a most orthodox Oxford education and a most unorthodox career.
Gosse..for all his unorthodox background, succeeded in becoming part of the establishment.出自： A. Thwaite
One of the cameramen crawling about the floor for unorthodox shots.出自：Guardian