The furor over the 47 percent remarks, the two debate losses, and much else--these aren't signs of his misjudgment or fallibility.
An air of impotence in a president—a perception of fallibility in a time of crisis—can be political death.
A half-dozen wars showed McAllester the fallibility of other men, but it made him angrier at the world.
Humanity and fallibility are infectious things; was it possible that Lehzen's prim pupil had caught them?
He has discovered that his appeal to the fallibility of sense was really an illusion.
Perhaps you will say that this proceeds from no deceit of yours, but from the fallibility of human nature.
Although well aware of this, he did not believe in his own fallibility.
An intelligent glance at any of Leech's drawings will show the fallibility of that judgment.
For how can absolute infallibility be blended with fallibility?
Further, I would suggest that the fallibility of Peter having been impugned, renders the point at issue still more dubious.