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Definition of Unreliable

  • Not reliable; untrustworthy. See Reliable.
  • not worthy of reliance or trust

How to use unreliable in a sentence. Unreliable pronunciation.

As to the second criterion, reason, this likewise is unreliable and not to be depended upon.
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When we consider the third criterion, traditions, upheld by theologians as the avenue and standard of knowledge, we find this source equally unreliable and unworthy of dependence.
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Briefly, the point is that in the human material world of phenomena these four are the only existing criterions or avenues of knowledge, and all of them are faulty and unreliable.
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Well, she might have been twelve then: it was so long ago and the Vicar was always so unreliable.
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Again-most of the time-it was unreliable.
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He had tried to be a singer, had failed because his voice was small and unreliable.
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She did not dream of the real meaning of her content with her voice as it was, of her lack of uneasiness over the appalling fact that such voice as she had was unreliable, came and went for no apparent reason.
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And for two months it has been unreliable.
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Yesterday you told me that I could not hope to make a career because my voice is unreliable.
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This may suggest why, except two who are at the very top, all of the great singers are men and women whom nature has made powerful of body and of digestion-so powerful that their indiscretions only occasionally make them unreliable.
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But I am growing unreliable.
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Herman Grimm takes three chapters to prove that Raphael was not born in this house, and that nothing is so unreliable as a bronze tablet, except figures.
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Yet we were all quite willing to set ourselves up as standards until science came with spectroscope, telephone, microscope and Roentgen ray to force upon us the fact that we are tiny, undeveloped and insignificant creatures, with sense quite unreliable and totally unfit for final decisions.
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The Captain was markedly fitful and, to a layman's eye, unreliable at the helm; the Hon.
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He was utterly unreliable and totally indifferent to that code of social obligations which ordinarily binds his class.
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Even such unreliable witnesses as our senses assure us that the air at the top of a high room-say the upper gallery of an unventilated theatre-is far less salubrious, though not overheated, than that below.
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Cyril's guests ranged in years from four to six; they were chiefly older than their host; this was a pity, it impaired his importance; but up to four years a child's sense of propriety, even of common decency, is altogether too unreliable for a respectable party.
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If you want, you can make him seem erratic and unreliable so they get rid of him.
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Unhappily, the professions and pledges of the vacillating government of Egypt proved unreliable.
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The Thebans and Bœotians appeared to be zealous, but were governed by fear merely of a superior power, and hence were unreliable.
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Examples of Unreliable

Example #1
This human world is an ocean of varying opinions.
Example #2
In brief, the senses are continually deceived and we are unable to separate that which is reality from that which is not.
Example #3
For religious traditions are the report and record of understanding and interpretation of the Book.
Example #4
And so it will continue ad infinitum.
Example #5
The question arises, How shall we know whether we are following inspiration from God or satanic promptings of the human soul?
Example #6
How shall we differentiate between them?