Erring in a sentence

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Definition of Erring

  • capable of making an error.

How to use erring in a sentence. Erring pronunciation.

I do not look as if I could betray a poor erring woman.
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Such is the power of nobility displayed before an erring soul!
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O my God, the fault is mine; all the faults that have been committed can be traced back to me, therefore I beseech of thee, I call upon thee, to let me bear all the punishment that she has earned by her sins, poor erring creature that she is.
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The other priests in the diocese experienced none when they drove erring women out of their parishes, and the reason of this was that they followed a light from without, deliberately shutting out the light of the soul.
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Resentment gave place to pity, and they became like erring brothers, whom it was our duty to forgive, and in many respects our impulse to admire,-not for their cause, but for their devotion to it.
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But no matter how he tried Dale's casts grew more and more erring, till, quite in despair, he stood fast, resting his weary arm, and said with an apologetic air- "I wish I were not so clumsy, Saxe.
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Simpson, the erring one, she believed to be in close attendance upon that foreign heathen, Prince Djiddin, in their second-story wing.
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He had always supposed himself to be a man possessed of keen powers of discernment, and yet withal exercising considerable charity toward his erring fellow-men, willing to overlook faults and mistakes, priding himself not a little on the kind and gentlemanly way in which he could meet ruffled human nature of any sort.
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And still, in the bottom of his heart, his erring son continued to appeal to him.
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Of what use is it to a German, to a Swiss, or to a Scotsman, that, three thousand years before the Reformation, the author of the Pentateuch was kept from erring by a divine restraint over his words, if the authors of this Reformation-Luther, suppose, Zwingle, John Knox-either making translations themselves, or relying upon translations made by others under no such verbal restraint, have been left free to bias his mind, pretty nearly as much as if the original Hebrew writer had been resigned to his own human discretion?
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The life of Judas, under a German construction of it, as a spasmodic effort of vindictive patriotism and of rebellious ambition, noble by possibility, though erring and worldly-minded, when measured by a standard so exalted as that of Christianity, would infer (as its natural sequel) a death of fierce despair.
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Crimes that were often all but imaginary, extravagances of erring passion that would never have been known as possibilities to the young and the innocent, were thus published in their most odious details.
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The casuistry of ancient moralists on this question, especially of the scholastic moralists, such as Suarrez, &c.-the oscillations by which they ultimately relaxed and tied up the law, just as their erring conscience, or the necessities of social life prevailed, would compose one of the interesting chapters in this science.
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Awake the god of day; and, at his warning, Whether in sea or fire, in earth or air, The extravagant and erring spirit[22] hies To his confine.
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The strong, deep, erring nature yielded at last.
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Weary and tired ones were cheered, wandering ones restored and erring ones set right.
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Though we are weak and erring, imperfect in all our ways, yet He is not ashamed to call us brethren.
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The earth is one and rests within His hand; The great and small His erring children are, But we who from Yisrael claim descent Are now the eldest of the family.
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She knew that the air was damp and chilly, from an approaching easterly storm; and the thought of his being exposed to cold and rain at night, in the streets, touched her heart with a painful interest in her erring, debased, and fallen parent.
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Perhaps the sole condition of my progress to this state of mind and heart which make my happiness was that very stumbling and erring which I so regret.
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Examples of Erring

Example #1
But you are standing on a spot, where I would rather see my enemy than you; lay your hand confidently in mine-it is no longer white and slender, but it is strong and honest-grant me this request and you will never rue it!
Example #2
No danger is now threatening you, for Phoebicius is seeking you on a wrong road; you may trust me.
Example #3
Still mute, and her head bowed low.
Example #4
You shall suffer no hardships.
Example #5
O my God, do this for me; remember that I served thee well for many years when I lived among the poor folk in the mountains.
Example #6
If I had remembered thy words, she might have gone to Dublin and had her baby there, and come back to the parish.