Meaning: [adjective] ready to believe anything;
We live in a credulous age; people will believe anything.
His family said he was credulous and easily manipulated.
Credulous people are still sleeping and in serenity .
News coverage implied his followers were credulous and dangerous.
Despite his intellect, though, he is credulous, which often leads to his downfall.
She was once naive and good-natured, with a childlike and somewhat credulous personality.
Are these students credulous enough to be cheated ?
We are as ignorant, credulous and naive as children.
They are making millions of pounds from the credulous people .