Definition of fallibly in English:

fallibly

adverb

  • See fallible

    • ‘Colour is solely an internal phenomenon, caused no doubt by something external, but neither fallibly nor infallibly representing it.’
    • ‘King and Queen were absolute monarchs, yet fallibly human.’
    • ‘The two filmmakers converge on questions of what defines us as fallibly human, even as they reach vastly different conclusions.’
    • ‘Why do we build up these spiritual blogstars and then cry foul when our idol turns out to be just as fallibly human as we are?’
    • ‘Contrary to what they believe, the public prefer their politicians fallibly human, rather than joyless teetotallers whose only addiction is to squash or golf.’