fallibility definition

  • noun:
    • hawaii to be prone to mistake.
    • An error-generating characteristic.
    • their state to be fallible; responsibility to deceive or to be deceived.
    • The state or personality of being fallible; liableness to deceive or even to be deceived: as, the fallibility of a disagreement, of reasoning, or of a person.
    • the possibilities of making errors
    • their state to be at risk of error.
    • An error-generating feature.
    • hawaii to be fallible; liability to deceive or to be deceived.
    • hawaii or character of being fallible; liableness to deceive or even be deceived: as, the fallibility of an argument, of thinking, or of you.
    • the possibilities of making errors
    • hawaii to be susceptible to error.
    • An error-generating attribute.
    • hawaii of being fallible; obligation to deceive or even be deceived.
    • The state or character of being fallible; liableness to deceive or to be deceived: as, the fallibility of an argument, of reasoning, or of a person.
    • the possibilities of making mistakes

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