Related formsgul·li·bil·i·ty, noungul·li·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for gullibility
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
We seem to identify imagination with gullibility or vague thinking.Here and Now Story Book|Lucy Sprague Mitchell
And if ever any theory required power of gullibility like this last and newest, we have failed to hear of that.
People must learn to curb their gullibility in such affairs.The Business of Mining|Arthur J. Hoskin
She raised her eyes furtively toward the adversary, an appraising glance, as if to judge his gullibility.Heart of the Blue Ridge|Waldron Baily