credulous

ready to believe things 
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credulous

[adj] - showing a lack of judgment or experience 2. [adj] - disposed to believe on little evidence
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Credulous

Cred'u·lous adjective [ Latin credulus , from credere . See Creed .] 1. Apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting. Landor. « Eve, our credulous mother. Milton. » 2. Believed too readily. [ Obsolete] ...
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credulous

adjective showing a lack of judgment or experience; `so credulous he believes everything he reads`
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Credulous

• (a.) Apt to believe on slight evidence; easily imposed upon; unsuspecting. • (a.) Believed too readily.
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credulous

credulous, credulousness 1. Ready or too easily disposed to believe. 2. Overly ready to believe; apt to believe on weak or insufficient grounds. 3. Someone is credulous when he or she is all too ready to believe something or someone.
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