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  • n  the capability of becoming imperfect

  • He has no quarrel with readers who complain that his magazine often dwells, in classic conservative fashion, on "the imperfectibility of man and the failure of his grand designs.
  • The democrat, who believed in the practical necessity of compromise and who acknowledged the innate imperfection and imperfectibility of man, had a creed of his own.

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