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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."