Origin of fallible
Examples from the Web for fallibility
The furor over the 47 percent remarks, the two debate losses, and much else--these aren't signs of his misjudgment or fallibility.Michael Tomasky on the Coming Post-Election GOP Freak Out|Michael Tomasky|November 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
There are portions filled with tales of human error and fallibility.Creed And Deed|Felix Adler
You are both young and you perhaps judge more sharply than I, but I've learned to know the fallibility of human judgment.Tonio, Son of the Sierras|Charles King
What ought to be is one thing; what in the weakness and fallibility of human nature will be is quite another thing.
Alas for the fallibility of human judgment in social affairs!Education: How Old The New|James J. Walsh
The social circle of the post had learned a lesson as to the fallibility of feminine and masculine—judgment.'Laramie;'|Charles King
British Dictionary definitions for fallibility
Word Origin for fallible
Word Origin and History for fallibility (1 of 2)
early 15c., from Medieval Latin fallibilis "liable to err, deceitful." literally "that can be deceived," from Latin fallere "deceive" (see fail).