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Definition of "inerrable" []

  • Incapable of error; infallible. (adjective)

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Use "inerrable" in a sentence
  • "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."