Use Err in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to make mistakes ;
To err is human.
The police hoped that perhaps the killer had erred in leaving it behind.
It’s best to err on the side of caution and cover up that tender vegetation.
Did the trial court err in failing to adequately instruct the jury?
Previous systems have erred in not presenting the facts of consciousness.
Truth almost always has two sides , it seems to me , and one always errs when he or she looks only at one side.
I erred in thinking him trustworthy.
The Appeal Court found that the military judge who heard Watts’s case erred in his instruction to the jury.
He erred in his judgement.
He erred on the side of severity.
Wife asserted that the trial court erred because it failed to divide certain marital property equally.
As respondents alleged that they had no chance to respond, the district court erred in dismissing for failure to state a claim.
I may have erred as to the best way, but I think every thing will turn out for the best in the end.