Origin of gulliblegull, transitive verb + -ible
The definition of gullible is easily deceived.
An example of gullible is a person who believes all of the stories in every tabloid magazine.
Easily deceived or duped.
Origin of gullibleFrom gull 2
(comparative more gullible, superlative most gullible)
- Where are your gullible buyers?
- Then, after they get the money, they refuse to hire you - in fact, in some cases they have taunted and bragged about how much money they've gained by "cheating" gullible players.
- In the end, it looks like the Golden Web Award is at best a way to earn easy attention and links from novice web designers, and at worst a scam to make money by selling cheap certificates and plaques to the gullible.
- Gullible individuals may find themselves financially drained over a "free reading" which, unfortunately, revealed many "terrible curses and conditions" necessitating a host of expensive "cures".
- Just how gullible do you think I am?