Having or showing too great a readiness to believe things.
‘a ceremony staged for credulous tourists’
‘One of his comments there pungently countered the litany from credulous believers that you must always keep an open mind.’
‘And no one, apart from the most credulous romantic, believed him.’
‘Do they think we’re illiterate, or simply utterly credulous?’
‘This is not a new approach, since mediums have long done readings for their credulous clients.’
‘Far from being naive or credulous in the face of blind biology I say that it is our human experience of heroism and selflessness which best defines us.’