doctrinally

doctrinal

[dok-truh-nl; British also dok-trahyn-l]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or concerned with doctrine: a doctrinal dispute.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Late Latin doctrīnālis, equivalent to Latin doctrīn(a) (see doctrine) + -ālis -al1

doctrinality, noun
doctrinally, adverb
nondoctrinal, adjective
nondoctrinally, adverb
undoctrinal, adjective
undoctrinally, adverb

doctrinal, doctrinaire.
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doctrine (ˈdɒktrɪn)
 
n
1.  a creed or body of teachings of a religious, political, or philosophical group presented for acceptance or belief; dogma
2.  a principle or body of principles that is taught or advocated
 
[C14: from Old French, from Latin doctrīna teaching, from doctor see doctor]
 
doctrinal
 
adj
 
doctrinality
 
n
 
doc'trinally
 
adv
 
'doctrinism
 
n
 
'doctrinist
 
n

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doctrinal
1560s, from L.L. doctrinalis, from doctrina (see doctrine).
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