Adjective(1) likely to fail or make errors(2) wanting in moral strength, courage, or will; having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings
(1) On the previous time trial, he had been outclassed by Ullrich and suddenly looked fallible .(2) The state has no innate moral compass to guide it and the people who should be its guide are all too fallible .(3) However, concern has also been expressed that existing security measures are fallible .(4) They are your weakest link; a constant reminder that you are human, fallible and getting older.(5) Furthermore, one does not have to look far to see that their judgments are all too frequently fallible .(6) They now say that clinical trials are misused, abused, misleading, biased, and fallible .(7) It's easy to make him too perfect and aloof, but if he's too fallible then he's not Superman.(8) There had been a moment when he looked fallible , when trying to reach for a Paul Millar free-kick.(9) They are not ethereal beings but fallible , the same as the rest of us.(10) The point is we are all fallible : we all make choices every day that impact on our health, from eating junk food to having children.(11) We cannot prevent ourselves from falling ill, humans are too fallible , and we love doing things that damage us.(12) But the expert rules are fallible , and there will always be false positives and false negatives.(13) How can you force such people to leave on the strength of a fallible weather forecast?(14) In order to savour the flashing returns and the artistic volleys, we must suffer the faltering second serve and the fallible forehand.(15) But we do the best we can in elections, with limited information and fallible judgment.(16) Do we want a hero with universal vision, or would we prefer a fallible creature, confusing and confused?