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infallible
used in Oliver Twist

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Definition
never wrong; or never failing
  • Wine-stains, fruit-stains, beer-stains, water-stains, paint-stains, pitch-stains, any stains, all come out at one rub with the infallible and invaluable composition.
    Chapter 48 — The Flight of Sikes (36% in)
  • It was fortunate that the conversation terminated at this point, or Mr. Bumble, who had bowed himself to within six inches of the ladder, would infallibly have pitched headlong into the room below.
    Chapter 38 — Containing an Account of What Passed Between Mr. and Mrs.... (94% in)
  • These were all reasons for the greatest caution and most circumspect behaviour in communicating it to Mrs. Maylie, whose first impulse would infallibly be to hold a conference with the worthy doctor on the subject.
    Chapter 41 — Containing Fresh Discoveries, and Showing that Surprises.... (8% in)
  • 'This,' said the fellow, producing one, 'this is the infallible and invaluable composition for removing all sorts of stain, rust, dirt, mildew, spick, speck, spot, or spatter, from silk, satin, linen, cambric, cloth, crape, stuff, carpet, merino, muslin, bombazeen, or woollen stuff.
    Chapter 48 — The Flight of Sikes (34% in)

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