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Synonym: frailimperfectweakSimilar words: infalliblegullibleinfallibilityindelibleintelligiblefall illfall intoilliberalMeaning: ['fæləbl]  adj. 1. likely to fail or make errors 2. having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings. 
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(1) They are only human and all too fallible.
(2) All men are fallible.
(3) All human beings are fallible.
(4) We're fallible , so we make mistakes.
(5) This method is more fallible than most because it depends on careful and accurate timing.
(6) It does not belong to a mere fallible human being to question the ways of divine providence.
(7) These surveys are often a rather fallible guide to public opinion.
(8) Memory is selective and fallible.
(9) Or, like any fallible human sinner, was he desperately constructing an armour of simplicity about his devious shiftings?
(10) There is the fallible narrator, escaping his past, indulging his dandified sensibilities, inevitably sucked into danger beyond his understanding.
(11) But his alternative, more flexible approach had proved fallible also.
(12) We are fallible beings.
(13) A fallible observation statement might be rejected and the fallible theory with which it clashes retained.
(14) Human reason is a fallible guide.
(15) Everyone is fallible to some degree.
(16) Human beings are only fallible.
(17) I'm only a fallible human.
(18) No one is so fallible as your expert.
(19) We place our trust in doctors, but even they are fallible.
(20) On practically every issue the Comintern found itself in the role of an infallible body which had adopted a manifestly fallible policy.
(21) Steyer's murder trial showed that the justice system is fallible.
(22) I am not urging that all observation statements should be discarded because they are fallible.
(23) For neural nets and genetic algorithms, it is not so much fallible as crude.
(24) The principals are shown not as grand legends but as fallible, unpredictable human beings.
(25) However, his elves are very like fallen angels, quite similar enough for confusion in the minds of fallible men.
(26) Except that in the past two weeks decision-making by committee has been proved fallible.
(27) Any computer user soon discovers that sometimes hardware, and more often software, is extremely fallible.
(28) The claims of the falsificationist are seriously undermined by the fact that observation statements are theory-dependent and fallible.
(29) Needless to say, all such anecdotes and surveys are fallible.
(30) Even this most basic of observation statements involves theory, and is fallible.
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