“Gullible”: vocabulary meaning.

Someone who easily believes everything what is said to him. Someone who believes lies and is fooled easily.

Other examples of “gullible” vocabulary in a sentence

  • She is a very gullible woman is she believes he is telling the truth.
  • Oh, don’t be gullible, these are all lies.
  • I’m not so gullible as you think.

“Gullible”: use in context explanation

The woman doesn’t want her husband to drink too much beer so she lets him only drink one a day. The husband likes beer, though and he is secretly drinking the second one today. The wife suspects him of doing it and asks him if he’s taken another beer. But the man says no and thinks his wife is gullible and believes him, but it’s not true. She knows what’s going on.