Definition of "indefectible" [in•de•fect•i•ble]

  • (adjective) Having the ability to resist decay or failure; lasting.
  • (adjective) Having no flaw or defect; perfect.

Use "indefectible" in a sentence

  • "The position to which I am wedded is that the Catholic Church is indefectible, and that therefore truth and authority in her can never been separated."
  • "Do you mean that because the Church is indefectible, nothing that the Pope says can be wrong, or at least seriously wrong?"
  • "And 1 you also know, but you won't admit it, because you think that to admit it would be to admit that the Church is not indefectible."

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