gullible

Part of speech: adjective

Capable of being gulled; simple; credulous.

Part of speech: noun

Guilibility.

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Usage examples "gullible":

  1. " The world will say he is a gullible fool," said he gently. - "The Husbands of Edith", George Barr McCutcheon.
  2. But the picture between the lines which they unanimously presented, was of a spoiled beauty, restless for the publicity that private life deprived her of, offering in a winning manner to a gullible public, a gold brick. - "Mary Wollaston", Henry Kitchell Webster.
  3. Perfectly astonishing to me, Mr. Hale, that a man who has followed your profession as long as you have should be so gullible. - "Death Points a Finger", Will Levinrew.