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Easily DeceivedPlay
Gullible people accept things easily without proof, showing their innocence or naivety in trusting others. SlideBilly's friends tricked him into looking for a left-handed screwdriver, because he's so gullible.
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Negative ImplicationPlay
Saying someone is gullible often implies that they lack judgment or intelligence, which can be offensive. SlideWhen Jane called him gullible, Mark felt insulted, as if his intelligence was being questioned.
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Often in JokesPlay
The word 'gullible' is commonly used in jokes or pranks where someone is tricked in a light-hearted manner. SlideI told her the paint was wet, and she touched it to check she's too gullible!