fall into error

fall into error

To begin to misbehave. When I went off to college, I fell into error—that's why I've moved back home now.
See also: error, fall
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Supplications from the Qur'an Allah Says (what means): "Our Lord, condemn us not if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord, lay not on us a burden like that you laid on those before us.
But he concluded: "I have, after much reflection, come to the conclusion that the judge did not fall into error when awarding the wife PS3.5 million.
Such women were not cloistered away from the main game of both secular and ecclesiastical politics and diplomacy --we fall into error if we assume that the public and the private in all of this existed as discrete spheres of influence and agency, with the domestic or private sphere held to be somehow less important.
Alliance MLA Kieran McCarthy, who sits on Stormont's health committee, said: "It is disappointing and worrying that doctors who play a vital role in our community allow themselves to fall into error."
If a person were to adhere to the principle of putting conviction only in certainties and of not confusing between conjectures and certainties, he would not fall into error. The Quran lays great emphasis on this problem, and has clearly stated in one place that one of the biggest errors of the human mind is pursuit of conjectures and hypotheses.
He is held by a thread to the eye of the sun and cannot fall into error. Any flower is a perfect ear, or else it is a thousand lips .
He maintains that we fall into error when we try to elide the separate regions of mathematical physics, organic life, and religion and ethics.
On the other hand, it may be just as well that he didn't do more of this sort of thing, because he tends to fall into error on the few occasions when he does attempt to explain.