- not defectible; not liable to defect or failure.
- not liable to fault or imperfection; faultless.
Origin of indefectible
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And since at no time must it cease to teach, it must be indefectible.Explanation of Catholic Morals
John H. Stapleton
Indefectible, in-de-fekt′i-bl, adj. incapable of defect: unfailing.
The mechanism of the United States, like that of the universe, reposes on indefectible laws and uncontrollable forces.The Arena
The church is therefore, by her own divine constitution, by the very principle and law of her existence, indefectible.
Under these varying 226 modes and presentations it permanently abides as the indefectible substance of the spirit.The Reform of Education
- not subject to decay or failure
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