credulous

Nave vs Credulous - What's the difference?

nave | credulous |


As a noun nave

is (human) hand.

As an adjective credulous is

excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Credulous vs Disbelieving - What's the difference?

credulous | disbelieving |


As adjectives the difference between credulous and disbelieving

is that credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible while disbelieving is refusing to believe; skeptical or incredulous.

As a verb disbelieving is

.

Complicit vs Credulous - What's the difference?

complicit | credulous |


As adjectives the difference between complicit and credulous

is that complicit is associated with or participating in an activity, especially one of a questionable nature while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Frank vs Credulous - What's the difference?

frank | credulous | Related terms |

Frank is a related term of credulous.


As a noun frank

is one of the franks, a germanic federation that inhabited parts of what are now france, the low countries and germany.

As a proper noun frank

is .

As an adjective credulous is

excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Credulous vs Impressionable - What's the difference?

credulous | impressionable |


As adjectives the difference between credulous and impressionable

is that credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible while impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As a noun impressionable is

an impressionable person.

Unadorned vs Credulous - What's the difference?

unadorned | credulous | Related terms |

Unadorned is a related term of credulous.


As adjectives the difference between unadorned and credulous

is that unadorned is having no additional decoration or embellishment; plain and simple while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Undesigning vs Credulous - What's the difference?

undesigning | credulous | Related terms |

Undesigning is a related term of credulous.


As adjectives the difference between undesigning and credulous

is that undesigning is having no artful, ulterior, or fraudulent purpose; sincere; artless; simple while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Harmless vs Credulous - What's the difference?

harmless | credulous | Related terms |

Harmless is a related term of credulous.


As adjectives the difference between harmless and credulous

is that harmless is incapable of causing harm or danger while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Uncompounded vs Credulous - What's the difference?

uncompounded | credulous | Related terms |

Uncompounded is a related term of credulous.


As adjectives the difference between uncompounded and credulous

is that uncompounded is not compounded while credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible.

Credulous vs Shallow - What's the difference?

credulous | shallow | Related terms |

Credulous is a related term of shallow.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between credulous and shallow

is that credulous is (obsolete) believed too readily while shallow is (obsolete) not deep in tone.

As adjectives the difference between credulous and shallow

is that credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible while shallow is having little depth; significantly less deep than wide.

As a noun shallow is

a shallow portion of an otherwise deep body of water.

As a verb shallow is

to make or become less deep.

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