[ UK /ɪnfˈæləbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈfæɫəbəɫ/ ]
  1. incapable of failure or error
    no doctor is infallible
    the Catholic Church considers the Pope infallible
    an infallible antidote
    an infallible memory
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How To Use infallible In A Sentence

  • Sharansky is not infallible, but he is probably the most sagacious voice in Israeli politics today.
  • There was not a single low note or phrase that did not display infallible technique or persuasive musicality.
  • However, even the wisdom of a political boss is not infallible, and despite the succulent graces of the barbecue numbers of the ascetic and jeans-clad elder worthies, though fed to repletion, collogued unhappily together among the ox-teams and canvas-hooded wagons on the slope, commenting sourly on the frivolity of the dance. Una Of The Hill Country 1911
  • The censorship method… is that of handing the job over to some frail and erring mortal man, and making him omnipotent on the assumption that his official status will make him infallible and omniscient.
  • an infallible memory
  • It only means that our good tendencies are not complete or infallible, that we are not faultless automata.
  • Fortunately, Tosatti's infallible ear could detect an ‘out-of-tune’ microtone in the midst of any situation.
  • You need to bear in mind that your judgment is not always infallible.
  • He has to make a quick visit to Dr. Hervey, a leprosy specialist who has developed a certain infallible test ... “Some day, all the fools will be dead....”
  • You make him sound infallible ," Rodenko said, pulling on his flak jacket. CODE BREAKER
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