In one Rob Van Dam match:

JR: "Van Dam has a very unorthodox offence."
JR: "RVD with his unorthodox style..."
JR: "Van Dam is very unorthodox."
JR: "Van Dam with an unorthodox kick."
JR: "Van Dam's unorthodox style takes people by surprise."
JR: "Van Dam is about as unorthodox, as unusual, as hard
to figure out as I’ve ever seen."
JR: "We're going to see the unorthodox Rob Van Dam take on the Man Beast, Rhyno right here, folks."
by Dangerous K89 March 18, 2004
When players like hart, morph, faith, and eubol leave the "racists" behind and become a new team, out of the ordinary. and theyre better then you.
Eubol: PW is ih8blax
Rain: wow yall niggaz is gone
Morph: AHAHAH
Faith: you stupid cunt
Hart: WE CAN SAY THE WORD
by best jew in cs April 12, 2005
1. a word used when a conversation is dwindling, to pick up the conversation again.

2. a word to use when talking to little kids, to impress them. make sure they dont already know big words.
1.
a conversation:
"haha yeahh"
"lol yup"
"yeahh..."
"well this has gotten unorthodox."
"wth? lol"

2.
Little kid asks a question that you dont really know how to answer, just squeeze the word unorthodox in there.

Answer: "blah blah blah blah blah for unorthodox reasons blah blah blah blah blah therefore, that being said, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah its just very unorthodox."
by PugnasiousPig January 21, 2011
Shit that is irregular, misshapen, out of order, not timely, unconventional, mysterious, non sensible, bass akwards or generally fucked up. May also be a descriptive term for a feces produced after consuming a vegetarian omelette MRE.
Gawd dayum, that's some unorthodox shit!
by Diamond Dave 55 May 29, 2017
The Student Health Center provides free Unorthodox Balloons, so we won't run out of balloons for the party next week.
by quitedankly May 10, 2018
Unorthodox, meaning known, normal, the same or not strange. While orthodox meaning the exact opposite.

Unorthodoxically formed into 1 prefix (un), and 3 suffixes (ic and al and ly).

Formed to make mind on what a person is trying to say, in a intelligent, "big" way.

Basically same meaning as the root word...
For example: "His hands were Unorthodoxically/ Orthodoxically soft."

"You are Unorthodoxically/ Orthodoxically silent today..."
by LilPenguinBuddie March 20, 2012