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Definition of "imperfectible" [im•per•fec•ti•ble]

  • Incapable of being made perfect. (adjective)

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Use "imperfectible" in a sentence
  • "The final consumer good is beauty in our surroundings, and beauty is both individual and imperfectible."
  • "If human nature is in these ways imperfectible by mere instruction and teaching, why do you believe it to be perfectible in the case of rape?"
  • "Its opening sentence, "Life is difficult", introduced a tome which argued, uncontentiously and sensibly, that human experience was trying and imperfectible, and that only self-discipline, delaying gratification, acceptance that one's actions have consequences, and a determined attempt at spiritual growth could make sense of it."
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