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Sentence count:44+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-20Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: incredulitycredibilitycredulousincredulousincredulouslyunpredictabilitycreditsacredMeaning: [krɪ'djuːlətɪ]  n. tendency to believe readily. 
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1. A little credulity helps one on through life very smoothly. 
2. They seem to equate intelligent belief with credulity.
3. Advertisers were accused of exploiting consumers' credulity.
4. He tried to practice upon the imagination and credulity of the public.
5. The play's plot stretches credulity to the limit.
6. She has practised upon my credulity with huge success.
7. The plot of the novel stretches credulity to the limit .
8. Her latest version of events strained their credulity still further.
9. It strained credulity to believe that a nuclear war would not lead to the destruction of the planet.
10. They traded on his credulity.
11. The plot does stretch credulity.
12. His experience there may beg credulity.
12. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
13. This is perhaps understandable, but it is stretching credulity to expect us to bless it as the highest human freedom.
14. Was this all just a matter of runaway credulity, mass hysteria, or overwrought salesmanship?
15. When too energetic and predominant, it disposes of Credulity, and in mercantile men, leads to rash and inconsiderate speculation.
16. It was once again proved that the credulity of trainees knew no bounds.
17. But it would be straining credulity too far to expect that everything will be absorbed.
18. It strains credulity to think they could beat San Francisco and Dallas on the road.
19. It strains credulity, I know, but there were nights in those years when no man was bad-looking.
20. It may stretch credulity to the point that signs of real abuse are overlooked.
21. Faith and credulity, vision and delusion can only be distinguished provided that in case-studies the issue of ontology is kept alive.
22. Even so, it is straining credulity too far to conclude that the debtor has an arguable case.
23. And, quite frankly, it strains the credulity of those who are asked to believe that it exists.
24. He has practiced upon my credulity.
25. Credulity is the man's weakness, but the child's strength.
26. To be asked to see myself as one in solidarity with first-century women strains my credulity.
27. Our interplanetary visitors might well be amazed at such foolish credulity.
28. On this page we add a post-script to the Century by straining the readers' credulity still further! 1.
29. If anything, Letterman thinks, these women have a compulsion to reach a higher plane of conversation that strains credulity.
30. Speculating about their answers is pointless yet it is inevitable when Mr Garel-Jones's resignation letter crosses the boundary of credulity.
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