credulous

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Excessively ready to believe things; gullible
easily deceived
{a} apt to believe, easily deceived, fond
showing a lack of judgment or experience; "so credulous he believes everything he reads
disposed to believe on little evidence; "the gimmick would convince none but the most credulous"
showing a lack of judgment or experience; "so credulous he believes everything he reads"
disapproval If you describe someone as credulous, you have a low opinion of them because they are too ready to believe what people tell them and are easily deceived. quack doctors charming money out of the pockets of credulous health-hungry citizens. = gullible. always believing what you are told, and therefore easily deceived = gullible (credulus, from credere; CREDENCE)
{s} gullible, naive, deceivable, unsuspecting
Believed too readily
disposed to believe on little evidence; "the gimmick would convince none but the most credulous" showing a lack of judgment or experience; "so credulous he believes everything he reads
Apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting
gullible
credulousness
The characteristic or state of being credulous; credulity

Credulousness is always more harshly judged than incredulousness, though they are both merely different aspects of the same fundamental failing, namely, lack of true scepticism.

credulousness
{n} easiness of belief
credulously
With credulity
credulously
in a credulous manner, gullibly, naively
credulously
in a credulous manner; "the children followed the teacher credulously
credulously
In a credulous manner; believably
credulousness
Readiness to believe on slight evidence; credulity
credulousness
tendency to believe too readily and therefore to be easily deceived
credulous
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