gullible

[ guhl-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF gullible

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Larner was not a gullible individual, but neither was he unimaginative.

You see the name at every turn, and the gullible Americans bite, chew, and swallow.

As he is violent in his enmities, so is he gullible in marvels.

Finding them, to all seeming, gullible and loquacious, she had even ventured on the Bishop.

Barley was an early riser, and, as we know, as superstitious as he was gullible.

He knows the weakness of the public, and how gullible it is.

They all stamp the writers as not only gullible but also incompetent.

To my gullible apprehension, it seems eminently appropriate.

What moved his satiric vein was that they all had to be gulled—and were all gullible.

Murdock was not a heedless, gullible youngster like the others.

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