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 Dictionary entry overview: What does infallible mean? 

INFALLIBLE (adjective)
  The adjective INFALLIBLE has 1 sense:

1. incapable of failure or error

  Familiarity information: INFALLIBLE used as an adjective is very rare.

 Dictionary entry details 

INFALLIBLE (adjective)

Sense 1infallible [BACK TO TOP]


Incapable of failure or error

Context examples:

an infallible antidote / an infallible memory / the Catholic Church considers the Pope infallible / no doctor is infallible


foolproof; unfailing (not liable to failure)

inerrable; inerrant; unerring (not liable to error)


fallible (likely to fail or make errors)

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