fallible

[ fal-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fallible

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FALLIBLE

It may be fallible, often it is and, in our scheme of things, what is there that is not?

Hearing is one of the senses, and all the senses are fallible.

There may be much of what is fallible and human with what is truthful and divine.

So that, if anxious as he who is human and fallible must ever be, I am nevertheless happy and contented.

All our knowledge, again, supposes memory which is fallible.

Fallible and frail, a bit of pulsating, jelly-like life—it is all I am.

Revelation, however, here comes in, and sustains the fallible conjectures of our unassisted reason.

Human judgment and human justice are for ever fallible, and rough expedients at best.

They were men like ourselves—as fallible, as sinful, as weak as ourselves.

But needless to insist, the generality and the organization are restricted and fallible.

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