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gullible


gullible

adjective

Definition of GULLIBLE

readily taken advantage of <he thought his grandmother was gullible simply because she was elderly, but she was sharper than he was in many ways>
Synonyms dewy-eyed, exploitable, gullible (also gullable), naive (or naïve), susceptible, trusting, unwary, wide-eyed

Variants of GULLIBLE

gullible also gullable
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