Definition of gullibility in English:

gullibility

noun

  • See gullible

    • ‘Too much fun still derives from characters' gullibility or stupidity, but the young author is trying to lift himself from farce into comedy.’
    • ‘Our ignorance and gullibility led us to this university.’
    • ‘Call it greed, ignorance or gullibility, some people will always be the ‘marks’ - easy prey for the confidence tricksters.’
    • ‘It is a deeply dishonest book that takes advantage of the ignorance, gullibility, and derangement of its target audience.’
    • ‘It is a matter of grave concern that greed and gullibility prevail upon the people, irrespective of their background, to make this recurrence a painful reality.’

Pronunciation

gullibility

/ˌɡələˈbilədē/