Benedict XVI is the first of the fallible popes, and a recognition of that fact lies at the heart of all reform to come.
The masters of war, it turns out, are as fallible as the rest of us.
Doctors and nurses are fallible humans, and need your help if you want the care you crave.
Nobody told the media to make a fallible person with a dubious electoral winning streak the “genius” behind the GOP.
In fairness, like glossies anywhere, French tabloids are fallible, prone to playing up alleged trysts that fall flat.
This is fallible and fickle, but, though perpetually changing, it will last as long as there are weak human beings.
Hearing is one of the senses, and all the senses are fallible.
Still, to our fallible reason, it may sometimes appear that she acts hastily and wrongly in forbidding certain things.
There may be much of what is fallible and human with what is truthful and divine.
But memory is a fallible process: sometimes quite trustworthy — under other circumstances, not so.