[ guhl-uh-buhl ]
/ ˈgʌl ə bəl /
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easily deceived or cheated.
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OTHER WORDS FROM gulliblegul·li·bil·i·ty, noungul·li·bly, adverb
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How to use gullible in a sentence
It is amazing how gullibly the public bites at the press-agent's worm.My Actor-Husband|Anonymous
And the curious people laughed and were discussing how foolishly and gullibly the common people were spreading such empty rumours.Siddhartha|Herman Hesse
There are but few Briggleses left to prey on the gullibly charitable to-day, and thank God for that.The Jack-Knife Man|Ellis Parker Butler
British Dictionary definitions for gullible
/ (ˈɡʌləbəl) /
easily taken in or tricked
Derived forms of gulliblegullibility, noungullibly, adverb
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