credulous [ krej-uh-luhs ]
1. willing to believe or trust too readily, especially without proper or adequate evidence; gullible.
2. marked by or arising from credulity: a credulous rumor.
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believing, green, simple, trusting, uncritical, unsophisticated, unsuspecting, unwary, dupable, unquestioning, accepting, trustful
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1. believing, trustful, unsuspecting.
Origin: 1570–80; < Latin crēdulus, equivalent to crēd(ere) to believe + -ulus adj. suffix denoting a quality or tendency; see -ous
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