She cynically manipulated her gullible enthusiasts, knowing all the while that she never intended to run.
How could she—and the 56 percent of women who voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 election—have been so gullible?
Some of it was just general-purpose paranoia, designed to trick money out of the pockets of the fearful and gullible.
And finally, this is who most of our political press is—gullible enough to be surprised by either of the first two.
They have no excuse for their Big Lie sold time and again to the gullible masses.
The pity of it, that a magnificent and gullible British Public should be suckled like a babe on such spoonmeat and small beer!
Finding them, to all seeming, gullible and loquacious, she had even ventured on the Bishop.
The Oriental mind is an old, old mind, richly stored with experience and memories,—not in the least gullible and immature.
You see the name at every turn, and the gullible Americans bite, chew, and swallow.
This secondary type is generally a cheap sort, grafting on the gullible for five or ten dollars, or even as high as $100.