Still, Nutella seems highly aware of the importance of erring on the side of niche.
With nothing to trust, Spaniards are erring on the side of suspicion.
This is far too soft, but Woodward can be forgiven for erring on the side of caution.
Her chief feeling was one of sympathy for her erring, penitent boy.
He was ashamed to be there—ashamed to meet the desolate and, as he believed, erring sister.
And still, in the bottom of his heart, his erring son continued to appeal to him.
May he not be worthier, at all events, than this soured temper and erring heart?
What passed between her and Mr. Pike I do not know; but whatever it was, she was convinced that he was not the erring one.
From this I quote the following, which is by no means the most erring and most poisonous of their shafts.
The traveler who enters or passes that way sees no mark of his erring brethren, no sign to tell the traveler he may be shot!
c.1300, from Old French errer "go astray, lose one's way; make a mistake; transgress," from Latin errare "wander, go astray, be in error," from PIE root *ers- "be in motion, wander around" (cf. Sanskrit arsati "flows;" Old English ierre "angry, straying;" Old Frisian ire "angry;" Old High German irri "angry," irron "astray;" Gothic airziþa "error, deception;" the Germanic words reflecting the notion of anger as a "straying" from normal composure). Related: Erred; erring.