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- adj. Incapable of error; infallible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incapable of erring; infallible; unerring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Incapable of erring; exempt from error or mistake: infallible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not liable to error
These fathers accepted the Bible without reservation or apology, as God's Book, inspired, inerrable, authoritative, the rock foundation of faith, and the supreme law of life.
Ibsen has found in the doctrine of heredity a modern analog of the ancient Greek idea of fate; and altho he may not "see life steadily and see it whole," he has been enabled to invest his somber 'Ghosts' with not a little of the inerrable inevitability which we feel to be so appalling in the master work of Sophocles.
Now that the company is selling a complete workers 'compensation solution, these services are more inerrable to our claims processing.
Studying the millennial sects of Europe from the eleventh to the sixteenth century, Norman Cohn believed he found a persistent psychic complex that corresponds broadly with what I have been considering — a style made up of certain preoccupations and fantasies: “the megalomaniac view of oneself as the Elect, wholly good, abominably persecuted, yet assured of ultimate triumph; the attribution of gigantic and demonic powers to the adversary; the refusal to accept the ineluctable limitations and imperfections of human existence, such as transience, dissention, conflict, fallibility whether intellectual or moral; the obsession with inerrable prophecies … systematized misinterpretations, always gross and often grotesque.”
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