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fallibility

[ fal-uh-bil i tee ]
/ ˌfæl əˈbɪl ɪ ti /
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noun
liability to be deceived or mistaken: Many leaders fail to grasp that admissions of fallibility and uncertainty are actually signs of strength.
liability to be inaccurate or false, or to fall short of expectations: Banks are hoping to get a new card system up and running before the fallibility of the old one becomes public.
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