Definitions for gullibleˈgʌl ə bəl
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fleeceable, green, gullible(adj)
naive and easily deceived or tricked
"at that early age she had been gullible and in love"
easily tricked because of being too trusting
"gullible tourists taken in by the shell game"
Easily deceived or duped; nau00EFve, easily cheated or fooled.
easily gulled; that may be duped
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Fame is proof that people are gullible.
An honest government is the childish dream of the gullible men!
Gods and politics are the tools with which the godless and unprincipled manipulate the gullible.
This has become an extortion racket. They are preying on gullible people, these brokers have spread everywhere, in the villages, in towns. They are like veins in your body.
We are gullible, and we like myths; we like stories, and there is one. And if your sex life is important, and you believe that there is this potion, you think, 'Well, why not give it a go?'.
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- naivní, důvěřivýCzech
- leichtgläubig, einfältig, gutgläubig, naivGerman
- αφελής, εύπιστοςGreek
- hyväuskoinen, herkkäuskoinen, sinisilmäinenFinnish
- naïf, créduleFrench
- auðtrúa, trúgjarnIcelandic
- naiv, topeg, liichtgleewegLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- godtroende, naiv, lettlurtNorwegian
- naïef, goedgelovig, lichtgelovigDutch
- naiv, lettlurt, godtruandeNorwegian Nynorsk
- naiwny, łatwowiernyPolish
- наивный, простодушный, доверчивыйRussian
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