(1) Apparently, to this day, a gullible section of society believes in the existence of these British rockers.(2) That is cynical, and I say to the Government that the public is not that gullible .(3) The public should not be passive and gullible on this matter but come out in support of the law.(4) Are they seriously suggesting the Scottish public are totally gullible and can be so easily hoodwinked?(5) I know a few people who are new age suckers, whom I consider gullible fools because they believe anything they are told.(6) There are those that believe that people who visit mediums are all gullible or plainly mistaken in their memories.(7) He'd have to endure endless litanies about how naive and gullible he was to sign up for this trip.(8) Sell both paintings to gullible collectors, while the art world looks the other way.(9) To have accomplished such a thing he didn't have to merely fool a gullible public.(10) Such a defence is offered only to hoodwink the gullible , illiterate and ignorant millions.(11) None the less, it is gullible to believe that Italians are invulnerable.(12) Then it tried to buy its way out of it with a PR campaign, and we were foolish and gullible enough to accept that.(13) Both efforts seem like cunning attempts to fob off used goods on a gullible reading public.(14) After all, there are so many gullible people who believe whatever they read!(15) And for every hoaxer there are a thousand gullible people willing to believe.(16) But there is no evidence which shows that juries are gullible fools, easily led by a passing headline.
(1) gullible :: hygoelus
1. credulous ::
2. naive ::
8. dupable ::
9. impressionable ::
10. unsuspecting ::
11. unsuspicious ::
12. unwary ::
13. ingenuous ::
unplyg yr ydoedd
14. innocent ::
16. unworldly ::
17. green ::
18. wet behind the ears ::
gwlyb y tu ôl i'r clustiau
19. born yesterday ::
ddoe a anwyd
Word Example from TV Shows
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Au contraire, it meant she was GULLIBLE
and open to a little probing.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 12
To abandon his subjects to an evil that
he was too GULLIBLE to recognise?
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
Leonard, what did we say about
being a GULLIBLE weenie?
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21
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