infallible

Part of speech: adverb

Infallibly.

Part of speech: adjective

Incapable of error or failure; inerrant; certain.

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Usage examples "infallible":

  1. " It is wrong of her, but we 're not any of us infallible. - "Skinner's Dress Suit", Henry Irving Dodge.
  2. And since this ruling part was not reason, but instinct, she possessed, perhaps, as infallible a guide to opinions as ever falls to the lot of erring humanity. - "Virginia", Ellen Glasgow.
  3. And gods are infallible. - "The Players", Everett B. Cole.