The word "Gullible" in example sentences
He chastised what he termed gullible Western media for repeating the US envoys comments without seeking the government's side of the story. ANC Daily News Briefing
Most of these posts seem to relish in their own absurdity (I'm looking at you, TÖRdötCÖM), and the point of embarassing the gullible is missed, with instead the emphasis being placed on how well-crafted the hoax appears or the right timing of things (neither of which matter). What I really hate about April Fool's Day and the Internet
In early casting breakdowns for the role, Shane is described as a gullible and enthusiastic baseball player. Jason Sudeikis Batters Up for Eastbound & Down
Dude, I checked, gullible is totally in the dictionary Did you know the word “gullible” doesn’t appear in the dictionary?
May 10th, 2008 2: 45 pm ET how freakin gullible does billary think americans are (except her hardcore cult followers who she'll lead to the gates of hell). she voted yes on the iraq war and now goin against it? what a idiot, shouldnt have voted yes in the first place Valerie Plame, husband appear in new Clinton ad
A friend once made the preposterous claim that the word gullible wasn't in the dictionary. Strange Fruit
The star is a hapless jock who seems to have the word gullible stamped on his forehead. Blading On Thin Ice
Hey AFP, did you know the word gullible doesn't appear in the French-English dictionary? On a Short Leach
Does the word gullible appear in the AP stylebook? From the WSJ Opinion Archives
In fact, I was told that if you look up the word gullible in the dictionary you will find my picture. Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post
While religious folks tend to get under my skin (the word gullible needs a far more gratuitous version - "You believe in … WHAT?"), what really grinds my gears are these spiritual predators. God is for Suckers!
You know, the word gullible isn’t even in the dictionary. Archive 2010-03-01
You know, the word gullible isn’t even in the dictionary. "Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians" by Brandon Sanderson (Scholastic Press)
Like someone telling you—with the greatest sincerity—that the word gullible isn’t in the dictionary. Archive 2009-05-01
Like someone telling you—with the greatest sincerity—that the word gullible isn’t in the dictionary. "Milk, Sulphate, and Alby Starvation" by Martin Millar (Soft Skull Press)