Definition of infallibility
OTHER WORDS FROM infallibilitynon·in·fal·li·bil·i·ty, nounnon·in·fal·li·ble·ness, noun
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How to use infallibility in a sentence
Those days of flag-wrapped infallibility are long gone, according to surveys.Twenty Years of Data Show How America Changed — And Stayed the Same — After 9/11|Philip Elliott|September 10, 2021|Time
Think about that for a second if after the preceding paragraph you remain convinced of the infallibility of our system.For Ricky Jackson, a Just Verdict—But 39 Years Too Late|Cliff Schecter|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We want to relate to their humanity rather than gape at their untouchable infallibility.
Let us suppose that the Astronomer Royal claimed infallibility, not only in matters astronomical, but also in politics and morals.
He sees nothing in any one of these religions to justify its claim to infallibility or pre-eminence.
Her implicit belief in and obedience to him have increased his self-confidence into a dogmatic assertion of infallibility.At Last|Marion Harland
But to assume that human laws are above question, is to claim for their fallible authors infallibility.The Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act|Lydia Maria Child
Free trade has not demonstrated its infallibility in the single country where it has been tried.The Arena|Various