GULLIBLE in a Sentence

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This time, unlike gullible investors during the 1920s, the big losers would be taxpayers, who never had the choice of not playing.

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 Meanings and Examples of GULLIBLE
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gullible
 a.  easily deceived or cheated; easily tricked because of being too trusting
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Example Sentence:
1  This time, unlike gullible investors during the 1920s, the big losers would be taxpayers, who never had the choice of not playing.
2  While the gullible Watson often was made a dupe by unscrupulous parties, Sherlock Holmes was far more difficult to fool.
3  She was gullible and trusting, an easy victim for the first swindler who came along.
4  The swindlers had roped into a number of gullible persons.