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gullible

gul·li·ble

gullible

 
pronunciation:
guh lih bl
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part of speech: adjective
definition: readily believing and thus easily tricked or deceived.
She was gullible and believed the man's promise to make her rich if she gave him her money.
synonyms:
credulous, unsuspicious
antonyms:
astute, cagey, canny, skeptical, suspicious
similar words:
foolish, ingenuous, innocent, naive, susceptible, trustful, trusting, unsophisticated
derivations: gullibly (adv.), gullibility (n.)
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