Gullible artinya mudah ditipu
easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.
an attempt to persuade a gullible public to spend their money
sinonim: credulous, naive, overtrusting, overtrustful, easily deceived, easily taken in, exploitable, dupable, impressionable, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, unwary, ingenuous, innocent, inexperienced, unworldly, green, wet behind the ears, born yesterday
credulous, naive, overtrusting, overtrustful, easily deceived, easily taken in, exploitable, dupable, impressionable, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, unwary, ingenuous, innocent, inexperienced, unworldly, green, wet behind the ears, born yesterday
- But how gullible do you have to be to believe that all these cases coming together is just coincidence?
- He is utterly charmless and few people are gullible enough to believe him.
- That is cynical, and I say to the Government that the public is not that gullible .
- To have accomplished such a thing he didn’t have to merely fool a gullible public.
- Such a defence is offered only to hoodwink the gullible , illiterate and ignorant millions.
- Sell both paintings to gullible collectors, while the art world looks the other way.
- There are those that believe that people who visit mediums are all gullible or plainly mistaken in their memories.
- Then it tried to buy its way out of it with a PR campaign, and we were foolish and gullible enough to accept that.
- Both efforts seem like cunning attempts to fob off used goods on a gullible reading public.
- But there is no evidence which shows that juries are gullible fools, easily led by a passing headline.
- And for every hoaxer there are a thousand gullible people willing to believe.
- After all, there are so many gullible people who believe whatever they read!
- He’d have to endure endless litanies about how naive and gullible he was to sign up for this trip.
- None the less, it is gullible to believe that Italians are invulnerable.
- Apparently, to this day, a gullible section of society believes in the existence of these British rockers.
- How gullible we were to swallow his promise of a proper debate.
- Are they seriously suggesting the Scottish public are totally gullible and can be so easily hoodwinked?
- Clothing design should not be about creating pricey and snobbish brands to be foisted on a gullible public.
- I know a few people who are new age suckers, whom I consider gullible fools because they believe anything they are told.
- The public should not be passive and gullible on this matter but come out in support of the law.
- The students had gullibly accepted this boiler-plate personality description as if it applied to them uniquely as individuals.
- It is a matter of grave concern that greed and gullibility prevail upon the people, irrespective of their background, to make this recurrence a painful reality.
- This has always been moonshine, put forward by the drinks industry and gullibly accepted by successive governments.
- Call it greed, ignorance or gullibility , some people will always be the ‘marks’ – easy prey for the confidence tricksters.
- Too much fun still derives from characters’ gullibility or stupidity, but the young author is trying to lift himself from farce into comedy.
- Our ignorance and gullibility led us to this university.
- I bit on that one and gullibly asked who was the first greatest.
- It is a deeply dishonest book that takes advantage of the ignorance, gullibility , and derangement of its target audience.
- You gullibly fell for the myth of liberation for all by a machine that will end up paralysing and poisoning all of us whether we use it or not.
- At the same time, many of us gullibly believe the sea will always heal itself, that it’s so vast and self-renewing that we simply can’t kill it.