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credulous
used in Babbitt

5 uses
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Definition
gullible (being too willing to believe)
  • He who had been a boy very credulous of life was no longer greatly interested in the possible and improbable adventures of each new day.
    Chapter 1 (20% in)
credulous = gullible (being too willing to believe)
  • But he had spent his credulous excitement of creation, and these routine details annoyed him.
    Chapter 4 (12% in)
  • He was an older brother to Paul Riesling, swift to defend him, admiring him with a proud and credulous love passing the love of women.
    Chapter 5 (44% in)
  • He became credulous again, and rejoiced in sweating.
    Chapter 25 (73% in)
  • It was a world of good little people, comfortable, industrious, credulous.
    Chapter 28 (26% in)

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