• Definition for "fallible"
    • Capable of making one: Humans are just fallible.
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fallible definition

  • adjective:
    • Capable of making one: Humans are just fallible.
    • Tending or probably be incorrect: fallible hypotheses.
    • Capable of making mistakes or becoming wrong.
    • Liable to fail, error, or err; liable to deceive or even to be deceived
    • wanting in ethical energy, nerve, or will; having the characteristics of guy in place of e.g. divine beings
    • more likely to fail or make mistakes
    • Capable of making an error: Humans are only fallible.
    • Tending or apt to be incorrect: fallible hypotheses.
    • Capable of making mistakes or becoming incorrect.
    • Liable to fail, blunder, or err; prone to deceive or even be deceived
    • wanting in ethical strength, courage, or will; having the qualities of man in the place of e.g. divine beings
    • likely to fail or make mistakes
    • effective at making an error: Humans are only fallible.
    • Tending or apt to be erroneous: fallible hypotheses.
    • with the capacity of making errors or becoming wrong.
    • prone to fail, blunder, or err; prone to deceive or even to be deceived
    • desiring in moral energy, nerve, or will; obtaining the qualities of guy unlike e.g. divine beings
    • expected to fail or make mistakes
  • others:
    • Liable to err; capable of being or likely to be deceived or mistaken: stated of individuals.
    • prone to be erroneous or false; susceptible to inaccuracy or fallaciousness: stated of arguments, statements, etc.
    • prone to err; with the capacity of becoming or more likely to be deceived or mistaken: stated of individuals.
    • prone to be erroneous or untrue; at the mercy of inaccuracy or fallaciousness: stated of arguments, statements, etc.
    • Liable to err; capable of being or apt to be deceived or mistaken: stated of people.
    • Liable to be incorrect or untrue; subject to inaccuracy or fallaciousness: stated of arguments, statements, etc.
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