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Definition of "infallibility" []

  • The property of being infallible; the ability to never make a mistake. (noun)

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Use "infallibility" in a sentence
  • "Mormons don't use the term "infallibility" to refer to their leaders and readily acknowledge that they are imperfect men."
  • "I don't consider the Pope a cult leader (though Papal infallibility is not an idea that particularly appeals to me), but there are Cultish aspects to Catholicism."
  • "Claiming infallibility is almost always the hallmark of the monumentally arrogant (and by default the profoundly insecure)."