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Origin of fallible
OTHER WORDS FROM falliblefal·li·bil·i·ty, fal·li·ble·ness, nounfal·li·bly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for fallible
As a scientist, I can tell you their methods often are flawed and are easily subject to manipulation, making them highly fallible representations of reality.
Is a critique of church and of the broader fallibility of organized religion forthcoming?‘Black Jesus’ Resurrected: Racial Stereotypes or Subversive Comedy?|Rawiya Kameir|August 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But a little fallibility to seize on to would go a long way.
Yet when it comes to the most lethal of all consumer products, suddenly Congress becomes super-indulgent of industry 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.
There is nothing that people generally abhor so much as a confession of fallibility.
But, among the well-established truths of which I never doubt, the fallibility of my own brain stands first.George Eliot's Life, Vol. III (of 3)|George Eliot
While denying the infallibility of the writers of the Bible the author is not unconscious of his own fallibility.The Bible|John E. Remsburg
The fallibility of all conclusions of such a sort, from such a circumstance, is too obvious to require instances.Eugene Aram, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
We have the testimony of all history to prove the extreme fallibility of conscience.The Churches and Modern Thought|Philip Vivian