liable to err

See: peccable
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And hazardous, too; for in attempting a disenchantment without the true key, you are liable to err, and turn your hogs into dogs, and the dogs into cats, the cats into rats, and so on, and end by reducing your materials to nothing finally, or to an odorless gas which you can't follow -- which, of course, amounts to the same thing.
I may be wrong, of course; all men are liable to err in judging themselves, but I think I could make her happier than he can.
As human beings, we are always liable to err, indulge ourselves in some sinful practices or neglect our duties.