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Now, intelligence officials and lawmakers are all but begging Americans to be less credulous with what they see and hear online amid new allegations that actors from Iran emailed individual voter-intimidation efforts.
They emanated from a credulous and superstitious people in an unscientific age and country.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Seriously, my dear Boulingrin, that there are moments when I wonder which of us two is the more credulous in respect of fairies.
Paterson buried his wife in that soil which, as he had assured his too credulous countrymen, exhaled health and vigour.
It was once the fashion to speak of Herodotus as a credulous man, who embodied the most improbable though interesting stories.
Others, more timid or less credulous, hesitated in believing those marvels.
But an ignorant person is as obstinate in his contemptuous incredulity as he is unreasonably credulous.
If he were inclined to be credulous, this was second sight I had.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
But poor James Carey, who had been credulous and weak, was made of other stuff.
The credulous simpleton already saw himself beheaded and wept in anticipation over the fate of his family.

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