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credulous (adjective), more credulous, most credulous
A reference to believing something too easily: When Susan received an e-mail stating that she had won an award of $10,000, she had a credulous feeling that it was true and so she revealed private data in order to collect the funds; all of which resulted her losing money when the sender used the information to withdraw cash from her account.
Gullible and easily fooled.
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Too inclined to believe without adequate evidence.
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This entry is located in the following units: cred-, credit-, creed- (page 2) -ulous, -ulously (page 1)
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Gullible and easily fooled or cheated because of believing something without questioning or making sufficient investigations. (2)