Origin of infallible
Related formsin·fal·li·bil·i·ty, in·fal·li·ble·ness, nounin·fal·li·bly, adverbnon·in·fal·li·ble, adjectivenon·in·fal·li·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for infallible
Even if he is, though, the pope may be infallible, but he is not omnipotent.
Besides Diamond, some of the Saved By the Bell characters are portrayed as infallible angels.How Bad Was 'The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story'?|Kevin Fallon|September 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As long as they believed Saraswati was infallible, any dissatisfaction they experienced was a personal shortcoming.
Buffett is not infallible and his hiding in the bunker does not make him appear stronger, wiser, or accountable.
To the vast majority of the devout, Pope Benedict XVI is infallible and the church has done nothing wrong.
Nevertheless, it was essential that he should perform these final actions with promptness, decision and infallible perspicacity.The Crystal Stopper|Maurice LeBlanc
A true presentiment, an infallible provincial instinct, led them to couple the names of Gamard and Troubert.The Vicar of Tours|Honore de Balzac
As there is but one infallible test as to a tree, so there is but one in respect to a man claiming to be a Christian.
Such are the infallible marks by which the harbour of Chequetan may be known to those who keep well in with the land.A Voyage Round the World|George Anson
I contend that the Bible does not present an infallible moral standard, and I have given many valid reasons why it does not.The Bible|John E. Remsburg