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ER'ROR, n. L. error, from erro, to wander. A wandering or deviation from the truth a mistake in judgment, by which men assent to or believe what is not true. Error may be voluntary, or involuntary. Voluntary, when men neglect or pervert the proper means to inform the mind involuntary, when the means of judging correctly are not in their power. An error committed through carelessness or haste is a blunder.

Charge home upon error its most tremendous consequences.

1. A mistake made in writing or other performance. It is no easy task to correct the errors of the press. Authors sometimes charge their own errors to the printer.
2. A wandering excursion irregular course.

Driv'n by the winds and errors of the sea.

This sense is unusual and hardly legitimate.

3. Deviation from law, justice or right oversight mistake in conduct.

Say not, it was an error. Ecclesiastes 5

4. In scripture and theology, sin iniquity transgression.

Who can understand his errors? Cleanse thou me from secret faults. Psalms 19

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The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software.

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Entry for 'Error'. King James Dictionary.

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