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Sentence count:48+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: deceivablenaiveSimilar words: gullibilityinfallibleindeliblegullyilliberalpull innullifyebullientMeaning: ['gʌləbl]  adj. 1. naive and easily deceived or tricked 2. easily tricked because of being too trusting. 
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1. I'm so gullible I would have believed him.
2. The swindlers had roped into a number of gullible persons.
3. He's so gullible he'll believe anything.
4. The advertisement is aimed at gullible young women worried about their weight.
5. He must have been pretty gullible to fall for that old trick.
6. Lust and greed are more gullible than innocence. Mason Cooley 
7. He felt gullible, patronized, bamboozled.
8. He is resistant to change[], gullible and easily led.
9. Throughout the land, gullible 13-year-olds would gasp in awe at the revelations laid before them.
10. We wheedled the book ourselves out of that gullible weakling Fleming over at Dull.
11. Sometimes she seemed such a gullible innocent, sometimes she was an infuriating harridan, sometimes a malevolent witch.
12. Gullible hadn't been driving a great big lorry around the place and putting down rat poison.
13. Simple-ad men call the shots and they want gullible audiences.
14. How can you be so gullible! He not really French.
15. Maria Luisa isn't the gullible little girl she was last year in Seville.
16. He had never seen her like this before, gullible and giggly, at times even shy and blushing.
17. Andy Brown, the gullible foil and friend of Kingfish, and Amos Jones, a salt-of-the-earth cab driver.
18. It's easy to blame the public for being gullible enough to buy dieting products, but it's the companies who sell them who should take responsibility.
19. There are any number of miracle cures on the market for people gullible enough to buy them.
20. Plastic replicas of the Greek pottery are sold to gullible tourists.
21. And Bill Holroyd was already showing himself to be pretty gullible, so it's in character.
22. It is argued that the lobby is used to channel dis-information to a gullible public.
23. They have people hanging about outside on the pavement trying to entice gullible idiots in.
24. It has a cult-like following with the potential to exploit gullible people and reinforce obsessional behaviour.
25. One girl from Harvard's administration department insisted that one gullible dealer tried on an undersized blazer.
26. Life is no bed of roses for the new dealer, least of all if female and of a gullible disposition.
27. Certainly not for a wasteful spendthrift, who preyed upon a gullible old woman!
28. They further felt that Scott and Trist had been the gullible dupes of Santa Anna.
29. He seemed to treat me as if I were a gullible schoolgirl.
30. She was described by her neighbors as a sweet but gullible woman who allowed the man to live in her house as a source of extra money.
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