Cred"u*lous (kr?d"?-l?s; 135), a. [L. credulus, fr. credere. See Creed.]

1.

Apt to believe on slight evidence; easly imposed upon; unsuspecting.

Landor.

Eve, our credulous mother. Milton.

2.

Believed too readily.

[Obs.]

Beau & Fl.

 

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