But anger at my own gullibility had killed her power to draw me, and I shook her off.
We seem to identify imagination with gullibility or vague thinking.
From a physiological point of view the gullibility of the audience is astounding.
True, there are limits to its gullibility; there are suggestions from which it recoils.
Sampson sat meditating on the gullibility of man in matters medical.
His gullibility was such that he believed everything he was told.
People must learn to curb their gullibility in such affairs.
No greater proof of the gullibility of the British public could be adduced than their swallowing such an announcement.
He gave me a look like that of a costermonger weighing and measuring the gullibility of his customer.
The gentleman who devised that sentence must have had, indeed, an implicit reliance in the gullibility of mankind!