easily deceived or cheated.
- gul·li·bil·i·ty, noun
- gul·li·bly, adverb
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How to use gullible in a sentence
Not surprisingly, given the gullibility of Apple devotees like myself, Apple's profit margins are the envy of Silicon Valley.
I also asked the man who wrote the book on gullibility—literally.
A psychologist and authority on gullibility lost $400,000 of his retirement nest egg to none other than Bernard Madoff.
As such, it would be, in any case, a large tax upon the gullibility of readers outside the back streets of Paris.Devil-Worship in France | Arthur Edward Waite
John Bull, thy gullibility has, for above half a century, been more than proverbial!
Accordingly, we rose and left the field to those whose greater gullibility rendered them more plastic objects for working upon.Lands of the Slave and the Free | Henry A. Murray
Providence never designed him to be above two-and-twenty, by his thoughtlessness and gullibility.
She raised her eyes furtively toward the adversary, an appraising glance, as if to judge his gullibility.Heart of the Blue Ridge | Waldron Baily
British Dictionary definitions for gullible
easily taken in or tricked
- gullibility, noun
- gullibly, adverb
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