- credé's method,
Origin of credulity
Examples from the Web for credulity
However, the notion that nearly two-thirds of Iranians want another four years of Ahmadinejad strains any credulity.
He is wondrous loth to hazard his credulity, and whilst he fears to believe amiss, believes nothing.Microcosmography|John Earle
Henceforth this credulity became a terrible emulation, and, as it were, a sort of out-bidding one another.The Apostles|Ernest Renan
This letter remained unanswered for nearly six months, during which another experiment was tried on Joos credulity.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 3|Henry Charles Lea
His reports were often false—partly with design, partly from the credulity of panic.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2|Egerton Ryerson
His detachment was too great to make any claims, big or small, on one's credulity.Victory|Joseph Conrad
early 15c., from Old French credulité (12c.), from Latin credulitatem (nominative credulitas) "easiness of belief, rash confidence," noun of quality from credulus (see credulous).