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gullible (adjective), more gullible, most gullible
Descriptive of being easily fooled, tricked, cheated, or deceived because of having an overly trusting nature or naiveté: Jancy was a gullible person who thought she could be chosen for a million dollar prize by simply filling out a form with personal information and submitting it to an organization on the internet.

Trista's husband told her that he couldn't believe that she was gullible enough to believe something so outrageous as being told in an e-mail that she had won a million dollars in a lottery; especially, since she never purchased a lottery ticket.

A reference to being easily deceived or fooled.
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Referring to being easily tricked, deceived, or cheated. (1)