Err [verb]

Definition of Err:

make a mistake; do wrong

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Sentence/Example of Err:

We’re going to err on the side of caution, and we’re going to bring very few people back to the office at a time.

So, with transmission rates still high in many parts of the world, including the United States, and large swaths of the population still unvaccinated, it’s best to err on the side of caution.

The appeal filed Monday said Marchant had erred in several ways, including by accepting actions the General Assembly took last summer.

And they that call this people blessed, shall cause them to err: and they that are called blessed, shall be thrown down, headlong.

Why hast thou made us to err, O Lord, from thy ways: why hast thou hardened our heart, that we should not fear thee?

Whatever his own personal blunders, it was impossible for Joseph Addison to err in a point of literary judgment.

Is not your style so simple, frank, and direct that a wayfaring girl can read it and not err therein?

It is under the abiding influence of the Holy Ghost, and therefore cannot err in matters of faith.

It is better to err upon the side of soft singing than to take any chances.

It is just as foolish to err from lack of faith as it is to blunder from excess of credulity.