fallibly

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

fallible +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

fallibly (comparative more fallibly, superlative most fallibly)

  1. In a fallible manner
    • 2014, David Marshall, ‎Lucinda Mosher, Death, Resurrection, and Human Destiny
      Ultimately, these narratives encode for us the fundamental human hope that the mercy of the Almighty will envelop us all, erase all the failings that make us so fallibly human, and allow us to reach our fullest potential []