inerrant

[ in-er-uhnt, -ur- ]
/ ɪnˈɛr ənt, -ˈɜr- /

adjective

free from error; infallible.

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Origin of inerrant

1645–55; <Latin inerrant-, equivalent to in-in-3 + errant-, stem of errāns present participle of errāre to wander, err; see -ant

OTHER WORDS FROM inerrant

in·er·ran·cy, nounin·er·rant·ly, adverb
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