Definition for FAL'LI-BLE

FAL'LI-BLE, a. [It. fallibile; Sp. falible; from L. fallo, to deceive.]

  1. Liable to fail or mistake; that may err or be deceived in judgment. All men are fallible.
  2. Liable to error; that may deceive. Our judgments, our faculties, our opinions, are fallible; our hopes are fallible.

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