Definition of Imperfectibility

1. Noun. The capability of becoming imperfect.

Generic synonyms: Capability, Capableness, Potentiality
Derivative terms: Imperfectible
Antonyms: Perfectibility



Definition of Imperfectibility

1. n. The state or quality of being imperfectible.

Definition of Imperfectibility

1. Noun. The state or quality of being imperfectible. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imperfectibility

imperdible
imperence
imperences
imperf
imperfect flower
imperfect indicative
imperfect rhyme
imperfect rhymes
imperfect subjunctive
imperfect tense
imperfectability
imperfectibility (current term)
imperfectible
imperfection
imperfections
imperfective
imperfective aspect
imperfectively
imperfectiveness
imperfectives
imperfectivization
imperfectivizations
imperfectly
imperfectness
imperfectnesses
imperfects

Literary usage of Imperfectibility

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1. Life, Its True Genesis by Horatius Flaccus (1880)
"From a materialistic standpoint this assumption of imperfectibility inevitably ... Hut these adherents of inherent imperfectibility instance the fact of ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1825)
"... has recently elevated and invigorated the Greek nation, as contrasted with the * stationary imperfectibility,' as it is somewhat affectedly called, ..."

3. The Fortnightly Review (1868)
"... in the most perfect form compatible with the inherent imperfectibility of all human things. For a while only, however, and that but a brief one. ..."

4. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1905)
"... the more fatally that stamp of inferiority is affixed to its sons, and irrevocably dooms them to eternal imperfectibility and degradation. ..."

5. The Metropolitan (1849)
"... therefore, returned to his quiet home, there to awaken in due time to a full sense of his own delinquencies; to marvel at the imperfectibility of man, ..."

6. The Methodist Review (1873)
"The Methodist is according to the age, the Episcopalians live in another age—a past age—the Unitarians expatiate in the imperfectibility of the ideal future ..."

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