gullible


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Synonyms for gullible

easily imposed on or tricked

Synonyms for gullible

naive and easily deceived or tricked

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easily tricked because of being too trusting

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The thieving political class needs a gullible electoral agency to pay lip service to democracy.
Now that so many of our industries have been closed down, we may not be so gullible.
Will someone do anything to save the gullible people?
That is, of course, why whenever they click their fingers and say they are against fracking, GM, new power stations, new roads, in fact anything which will improve our lives, the gullible answer their call and demonstrate without really knowing why.
More recently he says we have Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth exploiting the gullible to become their foot soldiers, to fight for their extreme left-wing ideology under their green banner.
According to police, they used to target gullible patients suffering from diseases such as hairfall, mental disorder and skin problems.
THE dictionary entry for the word gullible reads, "easily persuaded to believe".
But those 1930s reclaimed kitchen tiles you suggested ended up costing me as much as my kitchen did - every hand-rubbing salvage merchant in the surrounding area having spotted my gullible mug coming a mile away.
May 27 Findlay accuses the BHA of defaming his character after he is charged with two accounts of laying Gullible Gordon.
In our case, both things are joined into an ideal connection that is backed up by numerous and gullible supporters.
Because he was an eminent classicist and, it must be admitted, a pretty good public speaker, many gullible people were taken in.
of Connecticut) analyzes why humans are so gullible in this book, which sets a historical context for deception within the fields of religion, politics, science and medicine.
A SHOPKEEPER who allowed his Birmingham home to be used as a base for a "black magic" scam designed to con the gullible out of thousands of pounds has been jailed for two years.
It's the penalty you pay for being either stupid, gullible or hopelessly optimistic.
The publicly avowed policies of the administration to enforce border security are nothing but lip service designed to deceive the gullible.