As an adjective fallible
is capable of making mistakes or being wrong.
As a verb recompense is
Capable of making mistakes or being wrong.
An equivalent returned for anything given, done, or suffered; compensation; reward; amends; requital.
That which compensates for an injury.
- He offered money as recompense''' for the damage, but what the injured party wanted as '''recompense was an apology.
To reward or repay (someone) for something done, given etc.
* 1596 , Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene , IV.ii:
- She in regard thereof him recompenst / With golden words, and goodly countenance, / And such fond fauours sparingly dispenst
To give compensation for an injury.
- He cannot recompense me better.
To give (something) in return; to pay back; to pay, as something earned or deserved.
* Bible, Rom. xii. 17
- The judge ordered the defendant to recompense the plaintiff by paying $100.
- Recompense to no man evil for evil.