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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Unfortunately, local (and national) journalists have often gullibly accepted such endorsements as bona fide support for "banning late-term abortions.
But it highlights the demand for rooms that has apparently led some landlords to believe they can dress up the most ridiculous spaces as being available to let - and some desperately gullible or gullibly desperate renter will put down a deposit.
They are almost universally considered politicians of mediocre intellect who believe all sorts of fairytales, collected spurious anecdotes, myths and gullibly accepted partisan versions of human rights.
Because a small child gullibly believes everything an adult tells him, those messages became introjected as deeply held self beliefs.
Those who have conducted research into the phenomenon while using it class found that under certain circumstances people accept feedback rationally and not gullibly (Michels & Layne, 1980).
It is thus disconcerting that a man like Marable would regurgitate the allegations that were so gullibly reported by Perry.
No, I don't guess I do," she said, incredibly gullibly.
Bled white, blocked on the battlefield, and battered at home, Ho's successors sued for peace, and unskilled US statesmen gullibly snapped at the bait.
The adolescents are sometimes gullibly encourages to become involvement in sexual activities with family members, household members and friends.
US policy-makers excel at making promises, breaking them, then ushering in a barrage of propaganda willfully and gullibly swallowed hook, line and sinker by the ra-ra flag- waving Semper Fi crowd.
Gullibly accepting the false claim that vaccines cause autism may lead to parents not vaccinating their children, and such an action puts children at risk for serious diseases.
We are repeatedly noting that trial court judges are gullibly accepting, as gospel truth, claims made by witnesses," the court said.
It tells the story of this young Youssef, from a Casablanca slum, who gullibly followed the story by his mother of his late father, a respected school professor.
Or, some may look at this film as a pseudo-documentary on food production for the gullibly inclined who never questioned the accuracy of facts or half-truths.
9) Hence many people gullibly swallow the New Atheists' self-serving propaganda and consider their books impressive.