Definition of infallibly in English:

infallibly

adverb

  • See infallible

    • ‘The students, always and infallibly observant of teachers' shortcomings, managed to ask her a few worried questions.’
    • ‘But does he always have to be so infallibly right?’
    • ‘To repeat this indefinitely, infallibly, would be to divorce the method from the context which gives it meaning.’
    • ‘Pope Pius XII infallibly proclaimed the doctrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on 1 November 1950.’
    • ‘Healing always takes place, infallibly, one hundred percent of the time.’

Pronunciation

infallibly

/ɪnˈfalɪbli/