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  • in|fal´li|ble|ness — in|fal|li|ble «ihn FAL uh buhl», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. free from error; that cannot be mistaken: »an infallible rule. 2. absolutely reliable; unfailing in operation; sure: »infallible obedience, an infallible remedy. SYNONYM(S): certain. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

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