Meaning of unerringness in English:



See unerring

‘His name vouched for integrity, academic quality and unerringness in human and political judgement.’
  • ‘The unerringness of the law was illustrated this morning at the Courthouse.’
  • ‘Their reason was in the main the doubt that lurked behind many death sentences about the unerringness of the justice meted out.’
  • ‘Japanese bureaucrats had been famous for their unerringness.’
  • ‘For all the talk you hear about knowledge being such a wonderful thing, instinct is worth forty of it for real unerringness.’