err definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • which will make one or a blunder.
    • To break acknowledged ethical criteria; sin.
    • Archaic To stray.
    • To roam; to roam; to stray.
    • To deviate through the true course; to miss the thing aimed at.
    • To miss intellectual truth; to fall into error; to mistake in judgment or viewpoint; becoming mistaken.
    • To deviate morally from the right way; going astray, in a figurative feeling; to accomplish wrong; to sin.
    • To offend, as by erring.
    • In order to make a mistake or an error.
    • To violate accepted moral criteria; sin.
    • Archaic To stray.
    • To roam; to roam; to stray.
    • To deviate through the true training course; to miss the thing targeted at.
    • To miss intellectual truth; to-fall into mistake; to mistake in judgment or opinion; to-be mistaken.
    • To deviate morally through the correct means; to go astray, in a figurative feeling; to accomplish incorrect; to sin.
    • To offend, as by erring.
    • to produce a mistake or a blunder.
    • To violate acknowledged ethical criteria; sin.
    • Archaic To stray.
    • To walk; to roam; to stray.
    • To deviate from real course; to miss out the thing directed at.
    • To miss intellectual truth; to-fall into error; to mistake in view or viewpoint; to be mistaken.
    • To deviate morally from the correct way; to go astray, in a figurative sense; to accomplish incorrect; to sin.
    • To upset, as by erring.
  • verb:
    • which will make an error.
    • To sin.
    • to stray.
    • to produce an error or perhaps wrong
    • wander from a primary course or randomly
    • In order to make a mistake.
    • To sin.
    • to stray.
    • to make a blunder or be incorrect
    • wander from an immediate training course or at random
    • to create a mistake.
    • To sin.
    • to stray.
    • to produce an error or be wrong
    • wander from an immediate program or randomly
  • others:
    • To wander; go in a devious and uncertain training course.
    • To deviate through the real program or function; thus, to roam from truth or through the path of duty; depart from rectitude; get astray morally.
    • To go astray in idea or belief; be mistaken; blunder; misapprehend.
    • To mislead; cause to deviate from truth or rectitude.
    • To miss; error.
    • To walk; go in a devious and unsure program.
    • To deviate from real training course or purpose; ergo, to walk from truth or from the course of duty; leave from rectitude; go astray morally.
    • going astray in thought or belief; be mistaken; blunder; misapprehend.
    • To mislead; cause to deviate from truth or rectitude.
    • To miss; error.
    • To walk; enter a devious and unsure program.
    • To deviate through the true program or purpose; hence, to walk from truth or through the path of duty; depart from rectitude; go astray morally.
    • To go astray in idea or belief; be mistaken; blunder; misapprehend.
    • To mislead; cause to deviate from truth or rectitude.
    • To miss; error.

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